Educational institutions must promote the learning of professional behavior and conduct as early as possible and evaluate its implementation including the evaluation of academic integrity. Academic integrity regarding the students professional behavior should receive serious attention in the field of medicine. In this study, we aimed to know the perceptions of academic integrity, as well as attitudes and intentions among medical students in Jakarta, Indonesia. This study provides a descriptive analysis and a quantitative survey on a private medical school in Indonesia by using a questionnaire about academic integrity. The sample population was 209 students from level 1, 2 and 3. This study obtained a picture of perceptions, attitudes and intentions of academic integrity, as well as the relationship between perceptions, attitudes and intentions of academic integrity. Details of the result will be presented and discussed.
Keywords professional behavior   academic integrity   perceptions   behaviours   intentions
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