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trustworthiness

 [trust´wer-the-ness]
the quality of inspiring trust in someone else; this is one of the central virtues in virtue-based ethical theories.

trustworthiness

A clinical trials term of art for an attribute of records (data and documents) and signatures submitted to regulatory agencies regarding their suitability for reaching scientific conclusions about safety and efficacy, which underlies public policy decisions regarding market authorisation. Key dimensions of trustworthiness of eClinical trial data are data quality and data integrity.

trustworthiness

Ethics A principle in which a person both deserves the trust of others and does not violate that trust
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Being recognized by Forbes as one of the most trustworthy financial companies is a tremendous achievement and it helps demonstrate to investors and customers that the trust they place in us is well-founded.
People want a leader who they can trust, just as a church desires a trustworthy pastor.
According to a poll result declared on Wednesday, 54 percent Americans believe that Obama cares about them while 51 percent find him trustworthy, reported Politico.
It's truly an honor to serve our customers and to be distinguished among the 50 most trustworthy financial companies in America.
TRADE ASSOCIATIONS: TrustMark is a not-for-profit organisation under which some 30 schemes operate, including the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), offering a database with local, trustworthy and reliable tradesmen, operating to Government standards at fmb.
Participants were asked to rate people on a scale of one to five, from not trustworthy to extremely able to trust.
Forbes relies on GMI Ratings to identify the most transparent and trustworthy businesses that trade on American exchanges.
The GfK study, which was held in 25 countries, asked which branches of the economy and which institutions the populations deemed most trustworthy.
A significant number of participants found brown-eyed faces more trustworthy than blue-eyed, whether the faces were male or female.
He was even considered less trustworthy than the comedian Jimmy Carr, whose participation in a tax avoidance scheme forced him to make a cringeing public apology.
He has also expressed concern over the statement of Presidential Candidates of US that Pakistan is not trustworthy ally of US and it should ban Pakistan aid.