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The value of including a research component in medical students' training programs has been widely recognized. Nevertheless, examples of how this may be done are rarely found in the literature. The case study reported in this short paper aimed to address this gap in the literature by investigating how a group of postgraduate students attached to the Orthopedics Department of a major hospital in China engaged in research for publication. Fourteen students were interviewed, and their "missiondoi:10.3390/publications4030025 fatcat:hh6adgcbnncibmswa2vvgnluuu