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Literary Ventriloquism Ethical Behaviour

Literary Ventriloquism Ethical Behaviour Editorial Literary Ventriloquism and Ethical Behaviour Successful national conferences are a cause for represent a speaker's attempt to share first hand celebration, none more so than the 14th Conference of experience, express a topical point of view or put the Medical Record Association of Australia held in forward a challenging idea. If one is not careful, such Brisbane from 29 October to 1 November 1991. All presentations can lose something in their translation credit is due to Jennifer Mitchell, Conference Convener, into a more formal publication. Thus reproduction ofthe spoken paper is an option used by the Editor to retain and her team of enthusiastic and energetic members of the Queensland Medical Record Association who took the spirit of the original presentation for a larger on the enormous task of conference organisation. It was audience. As Maeve O'Connor wrote in 1978 in her book a top class performance from the venue and social Editing Scientific Books and Journals, "a conventional functions through to the content of the scientific archival journal which never publishes anything but program and the range of speakers. original research lacks an important dimension". I hope For the 300 or so delegates privileged to attend, the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian Medical Record Journal SAGE

Literary Ventriloquism Ethical Behaviour

Australian Medical Record Journal , Volume 21 (4): 2 – Dec 1, 1991

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 1991 Health Information Management Association of Australia Limited
ISSN
0817-3907
eISSN
1833-3575
DOI
10.1177/183335839102100402
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Abstract

Editorial Literary Ventriloquism and Ethical Behaviour Successful national conferences are a cause for represent a speaker's attempt to share first hand celebration, none more so than the 14th Conference of experience, express a topical point of view or put the Medical Record Association of Australia held in forward a challenging idea. If one is not careful, such Brisbane from 29 October to 1 November 1991. All presentations can lose something in their translation credit is due to Jennifer Mitchell, Conference Convener, into a more formal publication. Thus reproduction ofthe spoken paper is an option used by the Editor to retain and her team of enthusiastic and energetic members of the Queensland Medical Record Association who took the spirit of the original presentation for a larger on the enormous task of conference organisation. It was audience. As Maeve O'Connor wrote in 1978 in her book a top class performance from the venue and social Editing Scientific Books and Journals, "a conventional functions through to the content of the scientific archival journal which never publishes anything but program and the range of speakers. original research lacks an important dimension". I hope For the 300 or so delegates privileged to attend, the

Journal

Australian Medical Record JournalSAGE

Published: Dec 1, 1991

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