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Genetic testing : patients' rights, insurance and employment : a survey of regulations in the European Union.
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ISBN: 9289442174 Year: 2002 Publisher: Luxembourg Office for official publications of the European communities


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Searching Eyes : Privacy, the State, and Disease Surveillance in America
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ISBN: 1282772287 9786612772283 0520941217 1435611489 Year: 2007 Publisher: Berkeley, CA : University of California Press,

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This is the first history of public health surveillance in the United States to span more than a century of conflict and controversy. The practice of reporting the names of those with disease to health authorities inevitably poses questions about the interplay between the imperative to control threats to the public's health and legal and ethical concerns about privacy. Authors Amy L. Fairchild, Ronald Bayer, and James Colgrove situate the tension inherent in public health surveillance in a broad social and political context and show how the changing meaning and significance of privacy have marked the politics and practice of surveillance since the end of the nineteenth century.


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Quantified : biosensing technologies in everyday life
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ISBN: 9780262034173 0262034174 9780262528757 0262528754 9780262334549 0262334542 9780262334532 0262334534 0262334550 Year: 2016 Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England : The MIT Press,

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Today anyone can purchase technology that can track, quantify, and measure the body and its environment. Wearable or portable sensors detect heart rates, glucose levels, steps taken, water quality, genomes, and microbiomes, and turn them into electronic data. Is this phenomenon empowering, or a new form of social control? Who volunteers to enumerate bodily experiences, and who is forced to do so? Who interprets the resulting data? How does all this affect the relationship between medical practice and self care, between scientific and lay knowledge? Quantified examines these and other issues that arise when biosensing technologies become part of everyday life. The book offers a range of perspectives, with views from the social sciences, cultural studies, journalism, industry, and the nonprofit world. The contributors consider data, personhood, and the urge to self-quantify; legal, commercial, and medical issues, including privacy, the outsourcing of medical advice, and self-tracking as a "paraclinical" practice; and technical concerns, including interoperability, sociotechnical calibration, alternative views of data, and new space for design.

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Biosensors. --- Medical instruments and apparatus. --- Biosensing Techniques. --- Monitoring, Physiologic --- Confidentiality. --- #SBIB:316.334.3M30 --- #SBIB:316.334.3M50 --- #SBIB:316.334.3M40 --- Confidential Information --- Secrecy --- Patient Data Privacy --- Privacy of Patient Data --- Privileged Communication --- Communication, Privileged --- Communications, Privileged --- Data Privacy, Patient --- Information, Confidential --- Privacy, Patient Data --- Privileged Communications --- Duty to Warn --- Privacy --- Disclosure --- Anonymous Testing --- Parental Notification --- Biosensing Technics --- Bioprobes --- Biosensors --- Electrodes, Enzyme --- Bioprobe --- Biosensing Technic --- Biosensing Technique --- Biosensor --- Electrode, Enzyme --- Enzyme Electrode --- Enzyme Electrodes --- Technic, Biosensing --- Technics, Biosensing --- Technique, Biosensing --- Techniques, Biosensing --- Microchemistry --- Apparatus, Medical --- Instruments, Medical --- Medical apparatus --- Medical devices --- Medical products --- Medicine --- Biomedical engineering --- Medical supplies --- Scientific apparatus and instruments --- Biodetectors --- Biological detectors --- Biological sensors --- Biomedical detectors --- Biomedical sensors --- Detectors --- Medical instruments and apparatus --- Physiological apparatus --- trends. --- Medische sociologie: gezondheidsgedrag --- Organisatie van de gezondheidszorg: algemeen, beleid --- Medische sociologie: zorgenverstrekkers, relatie met hulpvragers --- Apparatus --- Equipment and supplies --- Instruments --- Wearable Electronic Devices --- INFORMATION SCIENCE/Communications & Telecommunications --- INFORMATION SCIENCE/General --- COMPUTER SCIENCE/Human Computer Interaction

Privacy and confidentiality of health care information
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ISBN: 0939450062 Year: 1984 Publisher: Chicago (Ill.): American hospital association,

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Confidential communications --- Hospitals --- Medical records --- Privacy, Right of --- Confidentiality --- Hospital Administration. --- Medical Records. --- #GBIB:CBMER --- Invasion of privacy --- Right of privacy --- Civil rights --- Libel and slander --- Personality (Law) --- Press law --- Computer crimes --- Data protection --- Right to be forgotten --- Secrecy --- Records, Medical --- Transcription, Medical --- Health Diaries --- Medical Transcription --- Diaries, Health --- Diary, Health --- Health Diary --- Medical Record --- Medical Transcriptions --- Record, Medical --- Transcriptions, Medical --- Administration, Hospital --- Hospital Organization and Administration --- Organization and Administration, Hospital --- Confidential Information --- Patient Data Privacy --- Privacy of Patient Data --- Privileged Communication --- Communication, Privileged --- Communications, Privileged --- Data Privacy, Patient --- Information, Confidential --- Privacy, Patient Data --- Privileged Communications --- Duty to Warn --- Privacy --- Disclosure --- Anonymous Testing --- Parental Notification --- Medical ethics --- Hospital administration --- Hospital management --- Health services administration --- Management --- Doctor-patient privilege --- Patient-physician privilege --- Physician-patient privilege --- Physicians --- Medical laws and legislation --- Administration --- Access control --- Law and legislation --- organization & administration --- Management and regulation

Data protection and confidentiality in health informatics : handling health data in Europe in the future
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ISBN: 9051990529 Year: 1991 Volume: 1 Publisher: Amsterdam IOS-Press,

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Hygiene. Public health. Protection --- Information systems --- Privacy, Right of --- Medical records --- Droit à la vie privée --- Dossiers médicaux --- Congresses --- Data processing --- Access control --- Congrès --- Informatique --- Accès --- Contrôle --- 34:681.3 --- Confidentiality. --- Information Systems. --- Medical Informatics. --- Medical Records. --- #GBIB:CBMER --- Records, Medical --- Transcription, Medical --- Health Diaries --- Medical Transcription --- Diaries, Health --- Diary, Health --- Health Diary --- Medical Record --- Medical Transcriptions --- Record, Medical --- Transcriptions, Medical --- Computer Science, Medical --- Health Information Technology --- Informatics, Clinical --- Informatics, Medical --- Information Science, Medical --- Clinical Informatics --- Medical Computer Science --- Medical Information Science --- Health Information Technologies --- Information Technologies, Health --- Information Technology, Health --- Medical Computer Sciences --- Medical Information Sciences --- Science, Medical Computer --- Technologies, Health Information --- Technology, Health Information --- Computational Biology --- Biomedical Technology --- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act --- Ancillary Information Systems --- Data Systems --- Emergency Care Information Systems --- Information Retrieval Systems --- Ancillary Information System --- Data System --- Information Retrieval System --- Information System --- Information System, Ancillary --- Information Systems, Ancillary --- System, Ancillary Information --- System, Data --- System, Information --- System, Information Retrieval --- Systems, Ancillary Information --- Systems, Data --- Systems, Information --- Systems, Information Retrieval --- Confidential Information --- Secrecy --- Patient Data Privacy --- Privacy of Patient Data --- Privileged Communication --- Communication, Privileged --- Communications, Privileged --- Data Privacy, Patient --- Information, Confidential --- Privacy, Patient Data --- Privileged Communications --- Duty to Warn --- Privacy --- Disclosure --- Anonymous Testing --- Parental Notification --- Informaticarecht --- 34:681.3 Informaticarecht --- Droit à la vie privée --- Dossiers médicaux --- Congrès --- Accès --- Contrôle --- Health Informatics --- Informatics, Health --- Perinatal Information System --- Information System, Perinatal --- Perinatal Information Systems


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Communicating with medical patients
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ISBN: 0803932170 Year: 1990 Volume: 9 Publisher: Newbury Park Sage,

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Communication. --- Confidentiality. --- Physician-Patient Relations. --- 316.472.42 --- #SBIB:309H517 --- #SBIB:316.334.3M40 --- 316.472.42 Face-to-face relaties. Interactie --- Face-to-face relaties. Interactie --- Confidential Information --- Secrecy --- Patient Data Privacy --- Privacy of Patient Data --- Privileged Communication --- Communication, Privileged --- Communications, Privileged --- Data Privacy, Patient --- Information, Confidential --- Privacy, Patient Data --- Privileged Communications --- Duty to Warn --- Privacy --- Disclosure --- Anonymous Testing --- Parental Notification --- Communication Programs --- Communications Personnel --- Misinformation --- Personal Communication --- Communication Program --- Communication, Personal --- Personnel, Communications --- Program, Communication --- Programs, Communication --- Verbale communicatie: sociale psychologie van de taal en de interactie, psycholinguistiek --- Medische sociologie: zorgenverstrekkers, relatie met hulpvragers --- Physicians. --- Confidential communications --- Interpersonal communication --- Physician and patient --- Communication --- Confidentiality --- Physician-Patient Relations --- Doctor Patient Relations --- Physician Patient Relations --- Physician Patient Relationship --- Doctor-Patient Relations --- Doctor Patient Relation --- Doctor-Patient Relation --- Physician Patient Relation --- Physician Patient Relationships --- Physician-Patient Relation --- Relation, Doctor Patient --- Relation, Doctor-Patient --- Relation, Physician Patient --- Relation, Physician-Patient --- Relations, Doctor Patient --- Relations, Doctor-Patient --- Relations, Physician Patient --- Relations, Physician-Patient --- Relationship, Physician Patient --- Relationships, Physician Patient --- Doctor and patient --- Doctor-patient relationships --- Patient and doctor --- Patient and physician --- Patient-doctor relationships --- Patient-physician relationships --- Patients and doctors --- Patients and physicians --- Physician-patient relationships --- Physicians and patients --- Interpersonal relations --- Fear of doctors --- Narrative medicine --- Doctor-patient privilege --- Patient-physician privilege --- Physician-patient privilege --- Physicians --- Medical ethics --- Medical laws and legislation --- Professional-Patient Relations --- Interpersonal Relations --- Interpersonal communication. --- Physician and patient.

Nameless relations : anonymity, melanesia and reproductive gift exchange between British ova donors and recipients.
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ISBN: 157181647X 184545040X Year: 2005 Publisher: New York Berghahn,

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Based on the author's fieldwork at assisted conception clinics in England in the mid-1990s, this is the first ethnographic study of the new procreative practices of anonymous ova and embryo donation. Giving voice to both groups of women participating in the demanding donation experience – the donors on the one side and the ever-hopeful IVF recipients on the other – Konrad shows how one dimension of the new reproductive technologies involves an unfamiliar relatedness between nameless and untraceable procreative strangers. Offsetting informants’ local narratives against traditional Western folk models of the ‘sexed’ reproductive body, the book challenges some of the basic assumptions underlying conventional biomedical discourse of altruistic donation that clinicians and others promote as “gifts of life.” It brings together a wide variety of literatures from social anthropology, social theory, cultural studies of science and technology, and feminist bioethics to discuss the relationship between recent developments in biotechnology and changing conceptions of personal origins, genealogy, kinship, biological ownership and notions of bodily integrity.

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Artificial insemination, Human --- Kula exchange. --- Confidentiality --- Cross-Cultural Comparison --- Interpersonal Relations --- Oocyte Donation --- Women --- eiceldonatie (eicel) --- anonimiteit --- verwantschap --- Kula ring --- Ceremonial exchange --- Massim (Papua New Guinean people) --- Rites and ceremonies --- Ovum Donation --- Donation, Oocyte --- Donation, Ovum --- Donations, Oocyte --- Donations, Ovum --- Oocyte Donations --- Ovum Donations --- Directed Tissue Donation --- Gender Issues --- Husband-Wife Communication --- Partner Communication --- Relations, Gender --- Gender Relations --- Social Interaction --- Communication, Husband-Wife --- Communication, Partner --- Communications, Husband-Wife --- Communications, Partner --- Gender Issue --- Gender Relation --- Husband Wife Communication --- Husband-Wife Communications --- Interaction, Social --- Interactions, Social --- Interpersonal Relation --- Issue, Gender --- Issues, Gender --- Partner Communications --- Relation, Gender --- Relation, Interpersonal --- Relations, Interpersonal --- Social Interactions --- Friends --- Emotional Intelligence --- Confidential Information --- Secrecy --- Patient Data Privacy --- Privacy of Patient Data --- Privileged Communication --- Communication, Privileged --- Communications, Privileged --- Data Privacy, Patient --- Information, Confidential --- Privacy, Patient Data --- Privileged Communications --- Duty to Warn --- Privacy --- Disclosure --- Anonymous Testing --- Parental Notification --- Donor insemination, Human --- Human artificial insemination --- Human donor insemination --- Human reproductive technology --- Girls --- Woman --- Women's Groups --- Girl --- Women Groups --- Women's Group --- Social aspects. --- psychology --- don d'ovules (don d'ovocytes, ovule, ovocyte) --- anonymat --- parenté --- Commerce --- Melanesië --- Sociology of the family. Sociology of sexuality --- Ethnology. Cultural anthropology --- Great Britain --- Kula exchange --- Transcultural Studies --- Comparison, Cross-Cultural --- Comparisons, Cross-Cultural --- Cross Cultural Comparison --- Cross-Cultural Comparisons --- Studies, Transcultural --- Study, Transcultural --- Transcultural Study --- Cultural Characteristics --- Culture --- Social aspects


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Cybercrime, cyberterrorism, and cyberwarfare : critical issues in data protection for health services information systems
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ISBN: 9275124647 Year: 2003 Publisher: Washington (D.C.): WHO. Pan American health organization,

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Medical Informatics. --- Computer Security. --- Confidentiality. --- Computer Communication Networks. --- Computer Network Management --- Databases, Distributed --- Distributed Systems --- Extranets --- Intranets --- Network Communication Protocols --- Telecommunication Networks --- Communication Network, Computer --- Communication Networks, Computer --- Communication Protocol, Network --- Communication Protocols, Network --- Computer Communication Network --- Database, Distributed --- Distributed Database --- Distributed Databases --- Distributed System --- Extranet --- Intranet --- Management, Computer Network --- Network Communication Protocol --- Network Management, Computer --- Network, Computer Communication --- Network, Telecommunication --- Networks, Computer Communication --- Networks, Telecommunication --- Protocol, Network Communication --- Protocols, Network Communication --- System, Distributed --- Systems, Distributed --- Telecommunication Network --- Telecommunications --- Education, Distance --- Confidential Information --- Secrecy --- Patient Data Privacy --- Privacy of Patient Data --- Privileged Communication --- Communication, Privileged --- Communications, Privileged --- Data Privacy, Patient --- Information, Confidential --- Privacy, Patient Data --- Privileged Communications --- Duty to Warn --- Privacy --- Disclosure --- Anonymous Testing --- Parental Notification --- Compromising of Data --- Computer Hackers --- Computer Worms --- Cyber Security --- Cybersecurity --- Data Encryption --- Information Protection --- Computer Viruses --- Data Protection --- Data Security --- Computer Hacker --- Computer Virus --- Computer Worm --- Data Compromising --- Data Encryptions --- Encryption, Data --- Encryptions, Data --- Hacker, Computer --- Hackers, Computer --- Protection, Data --- Protection, Information --- Security, Computer --- Security, Cyber --- Security, Data --- Virus, Computer --- Viruses, Computer --- Worm, Computer --- Worms, Computer --- Computer Science, Medical --- Health Informatics --- Health Information Technology --- Informatics, Clinical --- Informatics, Medical --- Information Science, Medical --- Clinical Informatics --- Medical Computer Science --- Medical Information Science --- Health Information Technologies --- Informatics, Health --- Information Technology, Health --- Medical Computer Sciences --- Medical Information Sciences --- Science, Medical Computer --- Technology, Health Information --- Computational Biology --- Biomedical Technology --- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

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