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Feb 11, 2020

Episode Length: 33:15

Author: McGrath et. al.,

Publication: You say it, we say it, but how do we use it? Communities of practice: Acritical analysis Med Educ. 2019 Dec 18

Could Linda's choice be 'Paper of the Year'?

The authors ‘aimed to critically analyse how theories are used in medical education research’ using Communities of Practice (CoP) as an example in a bid to address ‘the concern addressed in the medical education research context is that theories are used inconsistently and inexplicitly’.

Voting on Methods and Educational Impact start at 25:10

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