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1. Students’ and supervisors’ knowledge and attitudes regarding plagiarism and referencing (PubMed)

Students’ and supervisors’ knowledge and attitudes regarding plagiarism and referencing Referencing is an integral part of scientific writing and professional research conduct that requires appropriate acknowledgement of others' work and avoidance of plagiarism. University students should understand and apply this as part of their academic development, but for this, it is essential that supervisors also display proper research integrity and support.This study used an online educative (...) questionnaire to understand the knowledge and attitudes of students and supervisors at two institutes in Europe and Africa. The results were then used to create discussion around education of students and faculty in workshops and lectures.Overall, 138 students and 14 supervisors participated: most were Swedish (89) and Kenyan (11). Overall, 98% had heard about plagiarism, and 35% believed it was common. Only 45% had heard about self-plagiarism, and when explained what it was, 44.5% considered it morally

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2018 Research integrity and peer review

2. Plagiarism in submitted manuscripts: incidence, characteristics and optimization of screening—case study in a major specialty medical journal (PubMed)

Plagiarism in submitted manuscripts: incidence, characteristics and optimization of screening—case study in a major specialty medical journal Plagiarism is common and threatens the integrity of the scientific literature. However, its detection is time consuming and difficult, presenting challenges to editors and publishers who are entrusted with ensuring the integrity of published literature.In this study, the extent of plagiarism in manuscripts submitted to a major specialty medical journal (...) was documented. We manually curated submitted manuscripts and deemed an article contained plagiarism if one sentence had 80 % of the words copied from another published paper. Commercial plagiarism detection software was utilized and its use was optimized.In 400 consecutively submitted manuscripts, 17 % of submissions contained unacceptable levels of plagiarized material with 82 % of plagiarized manuscripts submitted from countries where English was not an official language. Using the most commonly employed

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2016 Research integrity and peer review

3. Intuitive intellectual property law: A nationally-representative test of the plagiarism fallacy. (PubMed)

Intuitive intellectual property law: A nationally-representative test of the plagiarism fallacy. Studies with convenience samples have suggested that the lay public's conception of intellectual property laws, including how the laws should regulate and why they should exist, are largely incommensurate with the actual intended purpose of intellectual property laws and their history in the United States. In this paper, we test whether these findings generalize to a more diverse and representative (...) sample. The major findings from past work were replicated in the current study. When presented with several potential reasons for IP protection, the lay public endorsed plagiarism and felt that acknowledging the original source of a creative work should make copying that work permissible-viewpoints strongly divergent from lawmakers' intent and the law itself. In addition, we replicate the finding that lay people know remarkably little about intellectual property laws more generally and report little

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2017 PLoS ONE

4. Clinical plagiarism: the problem of copy and pasting in EMRs

Clinical plagiarism: the problem of copy and pasting in EMRs Clinical plagiarism: the problem of copy and pasting in EMRs Clinical plagiarism: the problem of copy and pasting in EMRs | | March 26, 2018 51 Shares It is all too common for a section in a progress note to look something like this: # Aspiration pneumonia: Continue vancomycin 1 g bid Continue Zosyn 3.325 g q6h Follow-up blood cultures Follow-up sputum cultures MRSA nares screen negative Blood cultures negative Discontinue vancomycin (...) medical records (EMRs) proliferated, concerned physician-citizens have warned us of these consequences. Drs. Pamela Hartzband and Jerome Groopman, in an op-ed published ten years ago in the New England Journal of Medicine, wrote “Many times, physicians have clearly cut and pasted large blocks of text, or even complete notes, from other physicians; we have seen portions of our own notes inserted verbatim into another doctor’s note. This is, in essence, a form of clinical plagiarism with potentially

2018 KevinMD blog

5. Plagiarism in Scientific Publishing - the Issue of Patent Holder (War Between Developed and Undeveloped Countries) - Letter to Editor (PubMed)

Plagiarism in Scientific Publishing - the Issue of Patent Holder (War Between Developed and Undeveloped Countries) - Letter to Editor 29719320 2018 11 14 0353-8109 26 1 2018 Acta informatica medica : AIM : journal of the Society for Medical Informatics of Bosnia & Herzegovina : casopis Drustva za medicinsku informatiku BiH Acta Inform Med Plagiarism in Scientific Publishing - the Issue of Patent Holder (War Between Developed and Undeveloped Countries) - Letter to Editor. 73-74 10.5455/aim

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2018 Acta Informatica Medica

6. Combating Scientific Misconduct: The Role of Focused Workshops in Changing Attitudes Towards Plagiarism (PubMed)

Combating Scientific Misconduct: The Role of Focused Workshops in Changing Attitudes Towards Plagiarism Introduction Scientific misconduct is a global issue. There is low awareness among health professionals regarding plagiarism, particularly in developing countries, including Pakistan. There is no formal training in the ethical conduct of research or writing for under- and post-graduate students in the majority of medical schools in Pakistan. Internet access to published literature has made (...) plagiarism easy. The aim of this study was to document the effectiveness of focused workshops on reducing scientific misconduct as measured using a modified version of the attitude towards plagiarism questionnaire (ATPQ) assessment tool. Materials and methods A cross-sectional study was conducted with participants of workshops on scientific misconduct. Demographic data were recorded. A modified ATPQ was used as a pre- and post-test for workshop participants. Data were entered in SPSS v20 (IBM< Armonk, NY

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2018 Cureus

7. CMA quits global medical body over plagiarism row (PubMed)

CMA quits global medical body over plagiarism row 30373746 2018 11 14 1488-2329 190 43 2018 Oct 29 CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne CMAJ CMA quits global medical body over plagiarism row. E1290 10.1503/cmaj.109-5672 Owens Brian B St. Stephens, NB. eng Journal Article Canada CMAJ 9711805 0820-3946 2018 10 31 6 0 2018 10 31 6 0 2018 10 31 6 0 ppublish 30373746 190/43/E1290 10.1503/cmaj.109-5672 PMC6205830

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2018 CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association Journal

8. Perceptions of Plagiarism Among Medical and Nursing Students in Erbil, Iraq (PubMed)

Perceptions of Plagiarism Among Medical and Nursing Students in Erbil, Iraq The rapidly rising incidence of plagiarism among students at universities throughout the world requires attention. This study aimed to determine the extent to which medical and nursing students in Erbil, Iraq, plagiarise, their knowledge, understanding and perceptions of plagiarism and the underlying factors that may lead them to plagiarise.This cross-sectional study was carried out between January and June 2017 among (...) a sample of 400 undergraduate medical and nursing students at Hawler Medical University in Erbil. Plagiarism-related data were collected through a specially designed self-administered questionnaire.In total, 280 (70%) medical students and 120 (30%) nursing students were included in the study. The reported prevalence of plagiarism was 54.3%, with a slightly higher prevalence among male students compared to female students (54.9% versus 53.8%; P = 0.820) and medical students compared to nursing students

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2018 Sultan Qaboos University medical journal

9. Plagiarism in research: a survey of African medical journals. (PubMed)

Plagiarism in research: a survey of African medical journals. To examine whether regional biomedical journals in Africa had policies on plagiarism and procedures to detect it; and to measure the extent of plagiarism in their original research articles and reviews.Cross sectional survey.We selected journals with an editor-in-chief in Africa, a publisher based in a low or middle income country and with author guidelines in English, and systematically searched the African Journals Online database (...) . From each of the 100 journals identified, we randomly selected five original research articles or reviews published in 2016.For included journals, we examined the presence of plagiarism policies and whether they referred to text matching software. We submitted articles to Turnitin and measured the extent of plagiarism (copying of someone else's work) or redundancy (copying of one's own work) against a set of criteria we had developed and piloted.Of the 100 journals, 26 had a policy on plagiarism

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2018 BMJ open

10. Authorship, plagiarism and conflict of interest: views and practices from low/middle-income country health researchers. (PubMed)

Authorship, plagiarism and conflict of interest: views and practices from low/middle-income country health researchers. To document low/middle-income country (LMIC) health researchers' views about authorship, redundant publication, plagiarism and conflicts of interest and how common poor practice was in their institutions.We developed a questionnaire based on scenarios about authorship, redundant publication, plagiarism and conflicts of interest. We asked participants whether the described (...) practices were acceptable and whether these behaviours were common at their institutions. We conducted in-depth interviews with respondents who agreed to be interviewed.We invited 607 corresponding authors of Cochrane reviews working in LMICs. From the 583 emails delivered, we obtained 199 responses (34%). We carried out in-depth interviews with 15 respondents.Seventy-seven per cent reported that guest authorship occurred at their institution, 60% reported text recycling. For plagiarism, 12

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2017 BMJ open

11. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Statement on Plagiarism. (PubMed)

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Statement on Plagiarism. The integrity of the research enterprise is of the utmost importance for the advancement of safe and effective medical practice for patients and for maintaining the public trust in health care. Academic societies and editors of journals are key participants in guarding scientific integrity. Avoiding and preventing plagiarism helps to preserve the scientific integrity of professional presentations and publications. The Society (...) for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Ethics Committee discusses current issues in scientific publishing integrity and provides a guideline to avoid plagiarism in SAEM presentations and publications.© 2017 by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.

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2017 Academic Emergency Medicine

12. The confounding factors leading to plagiarism in academic writing and some suggested remedies: A systematic review. (PubMed)

The confounding factors leading to plagiarism in academic writing and some suggested remedies: A systematic review. There is a staggering upsurge in the incidence of plagiarism of scientific literature. Literature shows divergent views about the factors that make plagiarism reprehensible. This review explores the causes and remedies for the perennial academic problem of plagiarism. Data sources were searched for full text English language articles published from 2000 to 2015. Data selection (...) was done using medical subject headline (MeSH) terms plagiarism, unethical writing, academic theft, retraction, medical field, and plagiarism detection software. Data extraction was undertaken by selecting titles from retrieved references and data synthesis identified key factors leading to plagiarism such as unawareness of research ethics, poor writing skills and pressure or publish mantra. Plagiarism can be managed by a balance among its prevention, detection by plagiarism detection software

2017 JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association

13. Beyond Trust: Plagiarism and Truth (PubMed)

Beyond Trust: Plagiarism and Truth Academic misconduct distorts the relationship between scientific practice and the knowledge it produces. The relationship between science and the knowledge it produces is, however, not something universally agreed upon. In this paper I will critically discuss the moral status of an act of research misconduct, namely plagiarism, in the context of different epistemological positions. While from a positivist view of science, plagiarism only influences trust

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2017 Journal Of Bioethical Inquiry

14. Plagiarism in the Context of Education and Evolving Detection Strategies (PubMed)

Plagiarism in the Context of Education and Evolving Detection Strategies Plagiarism may take place in any scientific journals despite currently employed anti-plagiarism tools. The absence of widely acceptable definitions of research misconduct and reliance solely on similarity checks do not allow journal editors to prevent most complex cases of recycling of scientific information and wasteful, or 'predatory,' publishing. This article analyses Scopus-based publication activity and evidence (...) on poor writing, lack of related training, emerging anti-plagiarism strategies, and new forms of massive wasting of resources by publishing largely recycled items, which evade the 'red flags' of similarity checks. In some non-Anglophone countries 'copy-and-paste' writing still plagues pre- and postgraduate education. Poor research management, absence of courses on publication ethics, and limited access to quality sources confound plagiarism as a cross-cultural and multidisciplinary phenomenon. Over

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2017 Journal of Korean medical science

15. Plagiarism: Challenges and Criteria (PubMed)

Plagiarism: Challenges and Criteria 28775816 2018 11 13 2005-6443 38 4 2017 Jul Korean journal of family medicine Korean J Fam Med Plagiarism: Challenges and Criteria. 239 10.4082/kjfm.2017.38.4.239 Wiwanitkit Viroj V Visiting professor, Hainan Medical University, Haikou, China. eng Journal Article Comment 2017 07 20 Korea (South) Korean J Fam Med 101502902 2005-6443 Korean J Fam Med. 2017 Jan;38(1):1 28197325 CONFLICT OF INTEREST: No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article

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2017 Korean journal of family medicine

16. The Detection of Plagiarism (PubMed)

The Detection of Plagiarism 28197325 2018 11 13 2005-6443 38 1 2017 Jan Korean journal of family medicine Korean J Fam Med The Detection of Plagiarism. 1 10.4082/kjfm.2017.38.1.1 Kim Soo Young SY Department of Family Medicine, Kangdong Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea. eng Editorial 2017 01 18 Korea (South) Korean J Fam Med 101502902 2005-6443 Korean J Fam Med. 2017 Jul;38(4):239 28775816 No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article

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2017 Korean journal of family medicine

17. Egregious Plagiarism: More than Misconduct (PubMed)

Egregious Plagiarism: More than Misconduct 28265205 2017 09 11 2018 12 02 1526-6702 44 1 2017 02 Texas Heart Institute journal Tex Heart Inst J Egregious Plagiarism: More than Misconduct. 7-8 10.14503/THIJ-17-6231 Fred Herbert L HL Scheid Mark S MS eng Editorial Comment 2017 02 01 United States Tex Heart Inst J 8214622 0730-2347 IM Ann Intern Med. 2017 Jan 17;166(2):148-149 27951591 Biomedical Research Plagiarism 2017 3 8 6 0 2017 3 8 6 0 2017 9 12 6 0 epublish 28265205 10.14503/THIJ-17-6231

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2017 Texas Heart Institute Journal

18. Plagiarism: a Viewpoint from India (PubMed)

Plagiarism: a Viewpoint from India 28960022 2019 01 30 2019 01 30 1598-6357 32 11 2017 Nov Journal of Korean medical science J. Korean Med. Sci. Plagiarism: a Viewpoint from India. 1734-1735 10.3346/jkms.2017.32.11.1734 Misra Durga Prasanna DP https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5035-7396 Department of Clinical Immunology, Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, India. durgapmisra@gmail.com, dpmisra@sgpgi.ac.in. Ravindran Vinod V https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5842-1877 Centre (...) of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, India. Negi Vir Singh VS https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1518-6031 Department of Clinical Immunology, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry, India. eng Journal Article Korea (South) J Korean Med Sci 8703518 1011-8934 IM India Plagiarism Publishing ethics Scientific Misconduct ethics The authors have no potential conflicts of interest to disclose. 2017 07 14 2017 07 20 2017 9 30 6 0 2017 9 30 6 0 2019 1 31 6 0 ppublish 28960022 32.1734

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2017 Journal of Korean medical science

19. Letter to the Editor: Plagiarism in Scientific Writings: Is There Any Way Out? (PubMed)

Letter to the Editor: Plagiarism in Scientific Writings: Is There Any Way Out? 28665077 2018 11 13 1598-6357 32 8 2017 08 Journal of Korean medical science J. Korean Med. Sci. Letter to the Editor: Plagiarism in Scientific Writings: Is There Any Way Out? 1377-1378 10.3346/jkms.2017.32.8.1377 Debnath Jyotindu J 0000-0002-5466-8896 Department of Radiology, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India. jyotindu_debnath@rediffmail.com. eng Letter Comment Korea (South) J Korean Med Sci 8703518 1011

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2017 Journal of Korean medical science

20. The problem of plagiarism. (PubMed)

The problem of plagiarism. Plagiarism is a form of research misconduct and a serious violation of the norms of science. It is the misrepresentation of another's ideas or words as one's own, without proper acknowledgement of the original source. Certain aspects of plagiarism make it less straightforward than this definition suggests. Over the past 30 years, the U.S. Federal Government has developed and refined its policies on misconduct, and Federal agencies, as well as research institutions (...) , have established approaches to responding to allegations and instances of plagiarism. At present, efforts to avert plagiarism focus on plagiarism-detection software and instructional strategies.Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2017 Urologic oncology

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