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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 13, 2021

What is the Imposter Syndrome in academia?

Imposter Syndrome is the feeling that you are not good at your role, that you are an imposter and have only achieved your status and role via default when other colleagues are much more experienced and knowledgeable than you.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on January 12, 2021

Real Facts You Never Knew About Mental Health in Academia

Workdays that stretch around the clock. Ending up teaching 165 Master’s students and doing bureaucratic tasks when you actually took this post doc position to do research. Pressures, competition, working on a string of poorly paid short-term contracts. Days when you feel like you can either choose academia or your sanity, not both.

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By Charlesworth Author Services on May 14, 2020

Why is ‘Community’ important for researcher mental health?

Researcher engagement with their academic community is an essential component in their wellbeing and mental health. This article discusses ways in which researchers can interact with their community,

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By Charlesworth Author Services on November 14, 2019

Helping Early Career Researchers Overcome imposter syndrome – Charlesworth Knowledge free webinar on Tuesday November 26th 2019

Imposter Syndrome refers to a feeling that you are inadequate, not as intelligent as your colleagues and you have gained your position more through luck than skill. 

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