Invited Editorial: Who Me? A Hermeneutic Dip into Impostor Phenomenon
Impostor phenomenon is faced by most people at some point in their lives. In this editorial a seasoned nurse and novice academic offers her interpretation of imposter phenomenon as experienced at different points in her life. The editorial navigates personal story, related literature, and hermeneutic interpretation on a topic that is relateable to most.
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