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2016

Medicine and Health Sciences

Touro College and University System

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Motivations And Predictors Of Cheating In Pharmacy School, Eric J. Ip, Kathy Nguyen, Bijal M. Shah, Shadi Doroudgar, Monica K. Bidwal Jan 2016

Motivations And Predictors Of Cheating In Pharmacy School, Eric J. Ip, Kathy Nguyen, Bijal M. Shah, Shadi Doroudgar, Monica K. Bidwal

College of Pharmacy (TUC) Publications and Research

Objective. To assess the prevalence, methods, and motivations for didactic cheating among pharmacy students and to determine predictive factors for cheating in pharmacy colleges and schools.

Methods. A 45-item cross-sectional survey was conducted at all four doctor of pharmacy programs in Northern California. For data analysis, t test, Fisher exact test, and logistic regression were used.

Results. Overall, 11.8% of students admitted to cheating in pharmacy school. Primary motivations for cheating included fear of failure, procrastination, and stress. In multivariate analysis, the only predictor for cheating in pharmacy school was a history of cheating in undergraduate studies.

Conclusion. Cheating ...


Reforming American Medical Education In The Past, Present And Future, Alexey Abramov Jan 2016

Reforming American Medical Education In The Past, Present And Future, Alexey Abramov

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Role Of Team Physicians, Avinesh Agarwalla Jan 2016

Role Of Team Physicians, Avinesh Agarwalla

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Wave Formed, Ryan Horn Jan 2016

Wave Formed, Ryan Horn

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Interview With Dr. Patrick Lento, Rana Mehdizadeh, Lana Malekan Jan 2016

Interview With Dr. Patrick Lento, Rana Mehdizadeh, Lana Malekan

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Think Before You Think, Christopher Monson Jan 2016

Think Before You Think, Christopher Monson

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On The National White Coat “Die-In”: Colorblind Segregation, Mass Incarceration And Increasing Disparities, Cameron Moore Jan 2016

On The National White Coat “Die-In”: Colorblind Segregation, Mass Incarceration And Increasing Disparities, Cameron Moore

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Beautiful Pathology, Tejas Pulisetty Jan 2016

Beautiful Pathology, Tejas Pulisetty

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Maturing Into My Disease, Angela Rodgers Jan 2016

Maturing Into My Disease, Angela Rodgers

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Particles, Josue Sanchez Jan 2016

Particles, Josue Sanchez

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Rare Case Of Delayed Carotid Occlusion Secondary To Gunshot Fragments, Steven Shapiro Jan 2016

Rare Case Of Delayed Carotid Occlusion Secondary To Gunshot Fragments, Steven Shapiro

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Cervical gunshot wounds are traumatic events with vascu-lar and neurological sequelae. These complications typical-ly arise within days to weeks of the initial trauma. There are few known case reports of vascular complications occur-ring decades after initial injury. Here we present the case of a patient with ischemic stroke in the middle cerebral artery (MCA) distribution secondary to complete occlusion of the left common carotid from a penetrating gunshot wound 15 years prior to presentation.


Deadly Choices At Memorial Medical Center, Jordan Tai Jan 2016

Deadly Choices At Memorial Medical Center, Jordan Tai

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You Are Only As Good As Your Last Question, Joseph Zullo, Liz Newman Jan 2016

You Are Only As Good As Your Last Question, Joseph Zullo, Liz Newman

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