disclosure

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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.

disclosure,

n a release of information.
References in classic literature ?
For a moment Thurid ceased speaking, to enhance, I suspect, the dramatic effect of his disclosure.
I confess that I was filled with curiosity, but I was aware that Holmes liked to make his disclosures at his own time and in his own way, so I waited until it should suit him to take me into his confidence.
Bulstrode had been in dread of scandalous disclosures on the part of Raffles.
Yet think not I have any dreadful disclosures to make: she was lively, light-hearted, and could be very agreeable, with those who did not cross her will.
The disclosures suggested by what has come to light are so heartrending and so dreadful that I cannot bring myself to write about them until I am absolutely obliged to do so.
How much more communicative Miss Knag might have become under more favourable circumstances, it is impossible to divine, but as the gloomy one was within ear-shot, and the fire wanted making up, her disclosures stopped here.
The painful disclosures which were to reveal themselves in my presence, during that Tuesday's visit to Montagu Square, were not at an end yet.
Then at other times other people confirmed and completed the story: till it stood at last before me, a tale formidable and simple, as they always are, those disclosures of obscure trials endured by ignorant hearts.
No disclosures damaging to a harassed autocracy, complete fidelity to the secrets of the miserable
She once more took my hand in both her own, holding it as tight as if to fortify me against the increase of alarm I might draw from this disclosure.
What other reason for the disclosure of the affair could there be, but that Elinor might be informed by it of Lucy's superior claims on Edward, and be taught to avoid him in future?
From his death followed the second bereavement which had made the house desolate; the helpless position of the daughters whose prosperous future had been his dearest care; the revelation of the secret which had overwhelmed her that morning; the disclosure, more terrible still, which she now stood committed to make to the orphan sisters.