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Ethics in Rehabilitation Education and Research
Reviews ethical issues that rehabilitation educators may face in meeting their everyday teaching and research responsibilities. Issues presented include dual relationships; selection of students; measurement of student competence; supervision of students; confidentiality concerning student information; faculty competence; multicultural issues; and the design, conduction, and publication of research. (Contains 25 references.) (GCP)
Contributor: Falvo, Donna R., Parker, Randall M.
Date Published: Sum
Journal/Secondary Title: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
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