Accomplished people across all professions experience feelings of self-doubt from time to time. This feeling may be what is called "Imposter Syndrome" and as a pharmacist, perhaps you've felt this before. Jessica Adams, PharmD certainly has, and in this article she discusses the ways in which pharmacists can combat these self-doubts and affirm the worth of a pharmacist to yourself and others in the healthcare world.
Imposter syndrome is the persistent feeling of inadequacy despite evident success. As pharmacists, we tend to feel this among our peers. We shouldn't.