Promoting an academic culture in the Arab world

@inproceedings{Moustafa2018PromotingAA,
  title={Promoting an academic culture in the Arab world},
  author={Khaled Moustafa},
  booktitle={Avicenna journal of medicine},
  year={2018}
}
© 2018 Avicenna Journal of Medicine | Published by Wolters Kluwer ‐ Medknow regulations in place because many trainers and trainees, students and teachers alike, are never taught, or do not always understand, the increasing complexity and nuances of what constitutes intellectual thefts, plagiarism, and scientific misconduct. Ethical regulations in many Arab institutions are deficient in many aspects, particularly in relation to development, structure, content, and reference to international… CONTINUE READING
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