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This guide provides resources for social work. Use the tabs at the top of the guide to find information on books, articles, websites and more on social work.
Research Integrity in Social Work
Social Work Researchers should:
- Work to protect the people and communities of whom they study
- Ethically and effectively participate in mentoring relationships crucial to scientific activity
- Manage apparent and implicit conflicts of interest and commitment
- Collaborate ethically with researchers from other professions and disciplines
- Ensure that research data issues are managed properly
- Employ responsible publication and authorship practices
- Responsibly conduct and contribute to the peer-review process
- Understand and prevent research misconduct
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