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  • Corruption in medical sphere of Ukraine: current situation and ways of prevention. [Journal Article]
    Wiad Lek 2019; 72(9 cz 2):1814-1821Batyrgareieva VS, Babenko AM, Kaija S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Conclusion: Corruption on the sphere of medical practice is complex phenomenon. The conducted poll made it possible to structure the corruption problem, to see its various levels and levels. In respondents' opinion, a scrupulous information campaign is a positive tendency: 45% consider this is a guarantee of anticorruption. Nevertheless, only 5% respondents assume personal notification of anticorruption bodies about receipt of a bribe by medical staff.
  • Blocking the hype-hypocrisy-falsification-fakery pathway is needed to safeguard science. [Journal Article]
    Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2019Hopf H, Matlin SA, … Krief A
  • In chemistry and other sciences, hype has become commonplace, compounded by the hypocrisy of those who tolerate or encourage it while disapproving of the consequences. This reduces the credibility and trust upon which all science depends for support. Moreover, hype and hypocrisy are but first steps down a slippery slope towards falsification of results and dissemination of fake science. Systemic …
  • Digitalization in dentistry: ethical challenges and implications. [Journal Article]
    Quintessence Int 2019; 50(10):830-838Gross D, Gross K, Wilhelmy S
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is crucial to closely monitor both the potentials and the challenges posed by digitalization in dentistry. Ultimately, it is only those problems that are identified as such that can be resolved and only those technologies that are accepted by dentists, patients, and society that will prevail in the long term.
  • Pitfalls and Misconducts in Medical Writing. [Journal Article]
    Int J Low Extrem Wounds 2019; :1534734619870083Lazarides MK, Gougoudi E, Papanas N
  • The objective of medical research is the quest for scientific truth, as well as the communication of new knowledge to the medical society through publication of novel results. Journals publishing these results rely on the trust that all persons involved (authors, peer reviewers, editors, and publishers) remain honest, following the rules and ethics of scientific integrity. Unfortunately, this is …
  • The Duhem-Quine problem for equiprobable conjuncts. [Journal Article]
    Stud Hist Philos Sci 2019; 75:43-50Kashyap A, Sirola VS
  • In this paper, we distinguish Quine's thesis of holism from the related Duhem-Quine problem. We discuss the construal of holism which claims that the effect of falsification is felt on a conjunction of hypotheses. The Duhem-Quine problem claims that there is no principled way of knowing how falsification affects individual conjuncts. This latter claim relies on holism and an additional commitment…
  • [Ethics in health communication.] [Journal Article]
    Recenti Prog Med 2019 Jul-Aug; 110(7):317-322Addis A, De Fiore L
  • Health communication must be based on open and multi-dimensional dialogue involving all stakeholders: public and private institutions, health professionals, industries, associations and, above all, citizens. Currently, communication suffers many problems related to bad research (unethical research, falsification of data, conflict of interest, incomplete reporting, spin and plagiarism) and to the …
  • Time-Series-Based Leakage Detection Using Multiple Pressure Sensors in Water Distribution Systems. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel) 2019; 19(14)Shao Y, Li X, … Liu X
  • Leak detection is nowadays an important task for water utilities as leakages in water distribution systems (WDS) increase economic costs significantly and create water resource shortages. Monitoring data such as pressure and flow rate of WDS fluctuate with time. Diagnosis based on time series monitoring data is thought to be more convincing than one-time point data. In this paper, a threshold sel…
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