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Academic dishonesty and ethical reasoning: Pharmacy and medical school students in New Zealand
Background: There is ample evidence to suggest that academic dishonesty remains an area of concern and interest for academic and professional bodies. There is also burgeoning research in the area ofExpand
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The new psychoactive substances regime in New Zealand: a different approach to regulation
The New Zealand government has proposed a new psychoactive substances regime, which will place the onus onto manufacturers to prove that their products pose a low risk of harm, prior to receivingExpand
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Reasons for academic honesty and dishonesty with solutions: a study of pharmacy and medical students in New Zealand
This paper presents students’ views about honest and dishonest actions within the pharmacy and medical learning environments. Students also offered their views on solutions to ameliorating dishonestExpand
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Ethical Learning Experiences and Engagement in Academic Dishonesty: A Study of Asian and European Pharmacy and Medical Students in New Zealand
In higher education in New Zealand, there is a burgeoning interest in, and concern with, the way students conduct themselves in their learning practices. Engagement in academically honest andExpand
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Geographical access to community pharmacies in New Zealand.
Geographic access to community pharmacies is an important aspect of access to appropriate medicines. This study aimed to explore changes in the number and location of pharmacies in New Zealand andExpand
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Can engagement in academic dishonesty be described as planned behaviour or lack of self-control?
Background: Students‟ engagement in dishonest behaviours is problematic and may influence future professional practice. Aims: To consider the antecedents predicting engagement in academic dishonesty.Expand
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Students' responses to scenarios depicting ethical dilemmas: a study of pharmacy and medical students in New Zealand
One of the key learning objectives in any health professional course is to develop ethical and judicious practice. Therefore, it is important to address how medical and pharmacy students respond to,Expand
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Developing a Cross-Cultural Academic Integrity Questionnaire for Medical and Health Sciences Students
Many students study overseas which has educational, cultural/social, and economic implications for host countries and those international students. It has been reported that medical and healthExpand
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Pharmacy Students’ Perspectives on Interprofessional Learning in a Simulated Patient Care Ward Environment
Objective. To assess pharmacy students’ opinions of an interprofessional learning (IPL) course in their final year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy program at The University of Auckland. Methods. PharmacyExpand
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Pharmacists as managers: What is being looked for by the sector in New Zealand community pharmacy?
Aim: To identify employers' requirements when recruiting a pharmacy manager and evaluate the critical skills, knowledge and abilities sought. Methods: Thirty to sixty minute, semi-structuredExpand
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