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situations when confidentiality protocols must be breached in schools
In cases of bullying and abuse.
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Weegy: In cases of bullying and abuse.
Expert answered|lisawelch|Points 5340|

User: situations when confidentiality protocols must be breached in schools in detail please

Weegy: If confidential information about a subject is revealed in inappropriate settings, or to persons without a need to know, or by data exposure (computer security breach, documents left unsecured), [ report this event or pattern and how it was/will be corrected or addressed.If confidentiality must be breached in order to comply with legal or ethical obligations, inform the IRBMED if that possibility was not described in the informed consent document. Example: Investigator suspects potential child abuse during the course of a study. The report to UM's Child Protection Team should be reported to the IRBMED if this type of disclosure or the need to disclose information under state or federal law was not noted in the informed consent document. ]
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