Plagiarism in Medical Residency Applications

July 20, 2010

A study has found that just over 5 percent of medical residency applications at a major academic medical center showed evidence of plagiarism. The study, which appears in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, analyzed the applications with new Turnitin software that is being sold to admissions offices to detect plagiarism. The prevalence of plagiarism was greater among applicants who were not citizens of the United States.

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