Social network science can be harnessed to drive change that will improve healthcare. However, to achieve this we need to move beyond the science of “networks” and begin to explore the foundational theories of “communities.” Educational theorist and educator Etienne Wenger defines the term “community of practice,” which he coined in his 1998 book, Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning and Identity, this way: “Communities of practice are ...

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