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Post-graduate students of osteopathic medicine are required to engage in research-based workintegrated learning as educational preparation for clinical practice. This requires students to develop research projects related to clinical practice, and engage the principles and practice of the University's Human Research Ethics Committee protocols. However, students who enrol in osteopathic courses may not appreciate or engage with research projects. The aim of this paper was to undertake an initialdoi:10.4236/ce.2014.514150 fatcat:d62cclbu6fekrhkmwyorl65l4m