What should you do if you suspect Research Misconduct?
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What should you do if you suspect Research Misconduct?

Contact the HHS Office of Research Integrity
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Please be ready to provide any specific and detailed information you may have regarding the allegations of research misconduct. Click to read the definitions of research misconduct according to the Public Health Service Policies on Research Misconduct 42 CFR part 93

Allegations of research misconduct are handled under strict protection of confidentiality to protect the interests of the parties involved.

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