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Canada urged to tackle research misconduct


More education, advice and transparency needed to improve integrity.

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  1. The Expert Panel on Research Integrity. Honesty, Accountability and Trust: Fostering Research Integrity in Canada (Council of Canadian Academies; 2010).

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Hoag, H. Canada urged to tackle research misconduct. Nature (2010).

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