A confidentiality agreement (sometimes called a „confidentiality agreement“) is a legal contract in which the signatory agrees not to disclose the information covered by the agreement. Scientific research often uses confidentiality agreements between researchers and members of their research team (for example. B translators, transcribers, students) who, as part of their role in a research project, can obtain confidential and/or sensitive information. You were hired to [insert a task] for [Name (s)] in the research project [Insert title]. The ethical policies of this study require you to read and sign this form, which means that you are ready to enter into a confidentiality agreement regarding the data collected in this study. The audio recordings you receive probably contain participant identification markers as well as third-party names (for example, colleagues. B, family members and/or participants` knowledge). To protect confidentiality, you must remove all identifiers from third parties and participants who wish to remain anonymous. If the transcript is done outside the university, make sure that all recordings, transcripts and recordings remain confidential (i.e. documents are never left unattended and are backed up if not used). By signing below, you agree not to disclose information about what is contained in audio recordings or written transcripts.
In addition, you agree not to discuss the participants or data collected in this study with anyone other than the lead investigators. By signing below, you indicate that you have read and understood the above agreement and that you will comply with all the specified conditions. The model model (Model 1) and two other models can be downloaded by clicking on the links on the right. . . Name: ..