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Differences in medical students’ attitudes to academic misconduct and reported behaviour across the years—a questionnaire study
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    Dear Editor

    We write in response to the original article “Differences in medical students’ attitudes to academic misconduct and reported behaviour across the years-a questionnaire study” by Rennie and Rudland published in this journal April 2003 edition.[1] Current and former Dundee Medical School students are concerned at the media misinterpretation of the study and the consequences that this branding of “disho...

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