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Research Opportunity: Imposter Syndrome in New Graduate Allied Health Professionals

Researchers from James Cook University are conducting important research on the presence of imposter syndrome in recently graduated allied health professionals.

The study is entitled “An Exploratory Study: The Presence of Imposter Syndrome in New Graduate Allied Health Professionals and its Relationship to Location of Practice”.

The study aims to explore the presence of imposter syndrome within new graduate allied health professionals and analyse the relationship between imposter syndrome to geographic work location.

New graduate allied health professionals living and working in Australia are invited to participate in this study which involves completion of an online survey.

Participants must meet all criteria:

  • Be one of the following allied health professionals: Audiologists, Chiropractors, Dieticians, Exercise Physiologists, Occupational Therapists, Optometrists, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Psychologists, Radiographers and Speech Pathologists.
  • Have graduated between November 2021 and December 2023
  • Currently practicing and living in Australia.

The survey may be accessed via this link https://jcu.syd1.qualtrics.com...

For further information contact Samantha Barber at Samantha.Barber@my.jcu.edu.au Project Information Sheet. Project Flyer.

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