Data withholding and the next generation of scientists: results of a national survey.

  title={Data withholding and the next generation of scientists: results of a national survey.},
  author={Christine S Vogeli and Recai M. Yucel and Eran Bendavid and Lisa M. Jones and Melissa S. Anderson and Karen Seashore Louis and Eric G. Campbell},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  volume={81 2},
PURPOSE To provide the first national data on the nature, extent, and consequences of withholding among life science trainees. METHOD In 2003, the authors surveyed 1,077 second-year doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in life sciences at 50 U.S. universities, with a comparison group of trainees in computer science and chemical engineering. The study variables examined trainees' exposure to and the consequences of data withholding. RESULTS Two hundred forty-six trainees (23.0… CONTINUE READING
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