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Health privacy The release or divulgence of information by an entity to persons or organisations outside of that entity
Research ethics A formal statement about a person’s or institution’s financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity

disclosure

Research ethics A formal statement about a person's or institution's financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity. See Conflict of interest, Nondisclosure, Self-disclosure.

dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.

dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.
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Without an explicit statutory reference, an unaware investment adviser can easily stumble into trouble by failing to understand its duty to disclose material conflicts.
47) These returns will essentially replicate the RT information that the taxpayer is required to disclose on Form 8886, as well as information that MAs are still required to maintain and furnish to the IRS on request pursuant to the list maintenance regulations under section 6112.
The third group of authors who did not disclose conflicts of interest are scientists at Macquarie University who investigated the sources of lead in children near a zinc-lead smelter (Gulson et al.
In making decisions about whether to disclose this information to parents, it is important for school counselors to recognize how their own values and beliefs may influence how dangerous they perceive students' behaviors to be.
Sites engaged in consumer transactions should clearly disclose relevant financial relationships with other sites, particularly when these relationships affect the cost to a consumer.
Providers can disclose such information without patient consent in emergency medical situations.
For Cheryl Woods, a 43-year-old nurse in Houston, Texas, the choice to disclose her MS was a nightmare.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit recognized the government's position to not disclose a technique in one case while ordering the disclosure of a technique in another.
When they register, lobbyists would have to disclose the names of their clients, the specific issues they lobbied, the overall amount they spent on lobbying, and the federal agencies and congressional committees they contacted.
The regulation required labels to disclose how much juice the beverage contains.
The AJCA increased the potential civil penalty for willful failure to file a report or disclose foreign accounts, and added a civil penalty for nonwillful failure to file or disclose.