On June 29, 2017, Kim Quaid, PhD gave a presentation on the ethical issues of research misconduct (e.g. fabrication, falsification, plagiarism). The video of the presentation can be accessed with the link above. The presentation lasts approximately 15 minutes and is followed by approximately 25 minutes of discussion.
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