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Flat White

Bad apples to rotten forests

1 March 2024

9:35 PM

1 March 2024

9:35 PM

Sifting through some British Medical Journal (BMJ) articles to further my knowledge of the methodology of scientific research, I found a reference to the work of Barbara Redman from NYU Grossman School of Medicine titled, Research Misconduct Policy in Biomedicine: Beyond the Bad-Apple Approach. An interesting viewpoint, the author argues that research misconduct is a system problem where the dirty hands don’t just belong to the authors, but also conflicted organisations and institutions.

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