Guidelines for Written Work
Below you can find information on how to compose and put in format written work and posters during the studies at the College.
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- Guidelines for written work
Guidelines on Preparing and Formalising Written Work at Tallinn Health Care College help members of the college for teaching and research, including the preparation and formalisation of applied research and the preparation of applications to the Ethics Committee regarding ethical and data protection issues. The guide helps students prepare proper written work with regard to content and form.
Guidelines include among other (at the end, page number from the document):
MOST COMMONLY USED TYPES OF WRITTEN WORK 4
Traineeship project or report 5
Innovative research (IR) 5
Development project 6
STRUCTURE OF WRITTEN WORKS 7
Title page 7
Table of contents 8
Body of text 9
Research methodology 10
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FORMATTING WRITTEN WORKS 13
LIST OF REFERENCES 18
General Requirements 18
In-text citations 18
Formatting the list of references 20
ETHICAL ASPECTS OF RESEARCH 25
- Templates for written work and poster
Templates for written work
Templates for posters
- Plagiarism in written work
Plagiarism is seen as submitting someone else’s written paper or a part of it under their own name or using incorrect referencing/citing. The College has regulated the principles and procedures identifying plagiarism at Tallinn Health Care College, if the paper submitted by the student is suspected to be plagiarised.
Plagiarism is detected by using the URKUND (starting 15.03.2021 Urkund renamed OURIGINAL) programme. If a lecturer has identified work that is suspected of plagiarism, he or she registers it in the "Academic Fraud Registry" on the college's intranet. (NB! Login required)
In most severe cases the College can exmatriculate the student due to undignified behaviour.