Science and Integrity: A Pandemic Lens
Keywords:science, integrity, peer review, COVID-19, transparency, pandemic
The COVID-19 Pandemic is a crisis that provides a lens into the integration of science and integrity. Several important questions that arose during the pandemic are utilized to follow the release of science-based answers to those questions. Examination of those questions, their answers, and their timing help to provide the answer to the question, “Was there integrity?” In the end, science practiced with integrity can illuminate a pathway through the crisis.
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