The School of Nursing has been asked by a team of researchers from Findlay University, to share an opportunity to participate in a research study titled Impostor Phenomenon Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors for Graduate Students in Healthcare Programs. The Study has been approved by the University of Findlay Institutional Review Board.
It is not an expectation that you participate in this study. This is something you can do if you wish. Faculty and leaders at the UW-Madison School of Nursing will not know who decides to participate.
Additional information on the study is provided below, including a link to the survey if you choose to participate.
You are invited to participate in a research study Impostor Phenomenon Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors for Graduate Students in Healthcare Programs. The purpose of our survey is to investigate the prevalence of imposter phenomenon (IP) and the risk factors that predispose students to developing IP in graduate healthcare programs aside from medical school.
To participate, please click on the following link:
If you have any questions about this study or difficulty completing the survey, please contact Stefanie Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-434-6943.
This post was authored by Linsey Steege on 03/25/2022.