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Plagiarism in Research

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When writing a paper, always acknowledge all sources clearly and avoid copying other authors’ words verbatim. Failure to do so could lead to loss of tenure/funding and…
Using content from one's own previously published work in a new study without citing the original work is considered as self-plagiarism. However, some authors are…
A rise in academic misconduct over the past few years have made editors and reviewers extra vigilant. However, this can sometimes backfire, as revealed in this case…
Many authors, particularly those who lack fluency in English, often take the assistance of professional medical writing services. However, authors should be extremely…
This online course titled Avoid Retractions: Publish Ethically is an effort to provide guided learning on ethics in a simple and systematic manner allowing participants…
Contributing to the science of nursing helps advance the nursing profession and improve patient outcomes. Essential to this success is encouragement of and support for…
Translated plagiarism occcurs when translated material from publications in a different language is used without citing the source. This form of plagiarism is difficult…