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Non-learning in Multicultural Work Communities

  • Marit Rismark
  • Jorun M. Stenøien

Abstract

Why does so little learning take place in multicultural work communities? Experienced and highly qualified Polish nurses working within the Norwegian health system play no vital roles in and barely contribute to developing ward practices.

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Work Practice Health Personnel Local Practice Work Organization Work Community 
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  • Marit Rismark
  • Jorun M. Stenøien

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