Mentors should understand what causes misconduct among trainees — and keep in mind some possible remedies, argues William Neaves.
What is the most effective way for mentors to prevent misconduct among trainees? First, they should make sure that those trainees understand the importance of research integrity. Consistently modelling good practice beats lecturing hands down, and discussing ethical guidelines at laboratory meetings helps the team to appreciate honesty — and the grim consequences of misconduct. - NatureJobs August 1st, 2012
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