Does the Japanese Society for Hygiene Need Its Own Code of Conduct? A Comparison of the Responses of Councilors and Junior Members Based on a Questionnaire Survey
Environmental health and preventive medicine 2011 May; 16(3): 178-84
The purpose of this study was to compare current awareness of the "On a Code of Conduct for Scientists" (OCCS) among members of the Japanese Society for Hygiene (JSH).
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