Imposter Syndrome in the Veterinary Profession

Duration: 55:09

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Course Description

This presentation will provide information about imposter syndrome – what imposter syndrome is, who it affects, the symptoms, and also things that can be done to address it. It is expected that participants will be able to identify the concepts of imposter syndrome either in themselves and/or others, and be able to implement some key skills and strategies as an initial way of addressing the symptoms.

About Instructor

Nadine Hamilton, BSc (Psych), PGDip.Psych, MTrain&Dev, EdD

Dr. Nadine Hamilton is the proud founder of the “Love Your Pet Love Your Vet” charity, which is now a leading charity in the area of veterinary wellbeing. Nadine founded the charity following the completion of her doctorate in 2016. Dr. Hamilton continues to help veterinary professionals get on top of stress and conflict to avoid burnout and suicide, and also works with practice managers and owners to increase wellbeing, productivity, and retention in the workplace. Dr. Hamilton is the author of “Coping with Stress and Burnout as a Veterinarian”, published by Australian Academic Press and released in February 2019, and is the 2020 the winner of the Blackmores Mercie Whellan Women+Wellbeing Award in 2020

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  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate