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Plagiarism is presenting someone else's work as your own and is considered absolutely wrong. Plagiarism can be interntional as well as intentional. Take a look at this inforgraohic as it debunks…

Tips to avoid plagiarism
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Even if you don't intend to plagiarize, you may accidentally stumble into the trap of plagiarism. This is called Accidental Plagiarism. And it could happen to you if…

Plagiarism is a serious issue in the field of research. Plagiarism is often accidently and can be tricky to identify. Take a look at the infographic to understand the difference ebtween…

Plagiarism is perhaps the most rampant form of academic misconduct and can lead to rejection. This podcast identifies 5 common types of plagiarism and provides some useful tips on how you can…

Attempting to use the ideas, words, or work of another person, without giving them due credit, is known as plagiarism and is considered extremely unethical in academic…

Translated plagiarism occcurs when translated material from publications in a different language is used without citing the source. This form of plagiarism is difficult to detect, but once…

Plagiarism is one of the most common reasons for journal rejection and is considered a highly unethical practice. As an author, if you are found guilty of plagiarism,…

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 ethical health research and…

Should plagiarism lead to retraction in all circumstances?
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Plagiarism is often one of the commonly cited reasons behind retraction of scientific papers. However, should plagiarism in any form necessarily result in journal…

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…