Encouraging Academic Honesty: A Nursing Imperative
Johanson, Linda S
Journal of Christian nursing : a quarterly publication of Nurses Christian Fellowship 2010 Jul-Sep; 27(3): 267-71
Academic dishonesty, whether intentional cheating or plagiarism, or unintentional sharing of work or confusion about referencing, is nothing new to the college environment but is especially disturbing within nursing. The integrity of the nursing profession may, in fact, be jeopardized as students with the habit of cheating graduate and enter the field. This article discusses how educators, students, university administration, and nurses in practice can discourage cheating and plagiarism and promote honesty.
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