Misrepresentation by Ophthalmology Residency Applicants
Wiggins, Michael N
Archives of ophthalmology 2010 Jul; 128(7): 906-10
To determine the percentage of publication misrepresentation among applicants to an ophthalmology residency, to compare that percentage with published percentages from other specialties, and to compare the number of US-trained applicants vs non-US-trained applicants found to misrepresent published articles.
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