Confidentiality: A Survey in a Research Hospital
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1991 Spring; 2(1): 25-30.
...This paper has described a survey conducted at the NIH Clinical Center to assess the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of clinical physicians and nurses about confidentiality of patient information. The survey findings demonstrate the need for reminders and increased awareness about confidentiality in our setting. Most of the survey respondents had a good knowledge of what was expected of them, and they believed that confidentiality was important and maintaining it was their responsibility. Of interest was that in several simulated clinical situations, there was a discrepancy between what respondents indicated they
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Grady, Christine; Jacob, Joan; Romano, Carol (1991)...This paper has described a survey conducted at the NIH Clinical Center to assess the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of clinical physicians and nurses about confidentiality of patient information. The survey findings ...
Levine, Carol; Faden, Ruth; Grady, Christine; Hammerschmidt, Dale; Eckenwiler, Lisa; Sugarman, Jeremy (Consortium to Examine Clinical Research Ethics, 2004-02-03)Research participants require ongoing protection of the kind already established in law and regulation. However, "special scrutiny" for certain types of research is also needed. Three criteria for special scrutiny are 1) ...