Are "Tomorrow's Doctors" Honest? Questionnaire Study Exploring Medical Students' Attitudes and Reported Behaviour on Academic Misconduct
Rennie, S. C.
Crosby, J. R.
BMJ: British Medical Journal 2001 February 3; 322(7281): 274-275
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Differences in Medical Students' Attitudes to Academic Misconduct and Reported Behaviour Across the Years -- a Questionnaire Study Rennie, S.C.; Rudland, J.R. (2003-04)OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to determine attitudinal and self reported behavioural variations between medical students in different years to scenarios involving academic misconduct. DESIGN: A cross-sectional study where ...
Unprofessional Behaviour in Medical Students: A Questionnaire-Based Pilot Study Comparing Perceptions of the Public With Medical Students and Doctors Brockbank, Susannah; David, Timothy J; Patel, Leena (2011)Evidence suggests that doctors and medical students use different strategies to evaluate unprofessional behaviour. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the public and profession may judge misdemeanours differently.