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Question 1: Data are made anonymous by

Your answer:
Requiring all members of the research team to sign confidentiality agreements.
Correct Answer: Destroying all identifiers connected to the data.
Comment: Reporting data in aggregate form, while protecting the identity of subjects, does not make the data anonymous. Keeping keys in secure locations and requiring members of the research team to sign confidentiality agreements are methods for protecting identifiable information but they do not involve destroying all identifying information so that the link between identity and data is gone forever. The only way to render data entirely anonymous is to remove all identifying information from the data and completely disconnect any links between the subjects and data about the subjects.
Points Earned: 0
Question 2: In a longitudinal study that will follow children from kindergarten through high school and will collect information about illegal activities, which of the following confidentiality procedures would protect against compelled disclosure of individually identifiable information?

Your answer:
Waiving documentation of consent.
Correct Answer: Securing a Certificate of Confidentiality.
Comment: Although data encryption, using pseudonyms, and waiving documentation of consent, provide data protection, the researcher can link individuals to their responses. Therefore, the data are vulnerable to subpoena in civil, criminal, and administrative court proceedings. Unless the researcher has a Certificate of Confidentiality, he or she may be compelled to release individually identifiable information about research subjects. The Certificate provides the highest level of protection.
Points Earned: 0
Question 3: When a focus group deals with a potentially sensitive topic, which of the following statements about providing confidentiality to focus group…...

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