Academic Dishonesty Among Nursing Students
Gaberson, Kathleen B.
Nursing Forum. 1997 Jul-Sep; 32(3): 14-20.
Student cheating on college campuses is believed to be a common occurrence, but academic dishonesty among nursing students is a source of legitimate concern to nursing faculty members because of its potential effect on present and future professional practice. Strategies are outlined that can promote academic honesty in the nursing program through moral and character development of nursing students, teaching moral decision-making skills, role-modeling of honest academic behavior, and developing and enforcing an appropriate academic integrity policy.
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