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Min-fen Wang
Lori L. Bakken

Abstract

This study drew from sociocultural theory to understand novice physician-scientists’ (PSs) clinical research learning experience in the workplaces. The findings suggest that there are various forms of research participation marginalized in the PS-communities. The structural dimension of workplace learning context, such as gender, culture, power, and access needs more attention.

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Physician-scientist, learning clinical research, community of practice, professional development, workplace learning

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Novice Physician-scientists’ Learning in Communities of Practice

This study drew from sociocultural theory to understand novice physician-scientists’ (PSs) clinical research learning experience in the workplaces. The findings suggest that there are various forms of research participation marginalized in the PS-communities. The structural dimension of workplace learning context, such as gender, culture, power, and access needs more attention.