Academic misconduct: how to avoid it as a nursing student
The consequences of academic misconduct can damage your future career, even if your actions were unintentional. Find out how good study skills can keep you safe
Academic misconduct during your nursing degree could lead to serious consequences, and could also affect your future career aspirations.
It can be defined as any conduct by a student that does not uphold their academic integrity and reflects negatively on them or their place of study.
What constitutes academic misconduct?
For healthcare students this can include:
- Falsely claiming to have been at a placement.
- Altering a
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