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Explain the meaning of the term confidentiality in childcare
The staff of child care and preschool facilities come into contact with confidential and personal information about children and families. In order to make sure your family's personal information is kept private and used in a professional manner, it is important to ask the staff members about their confidentiality policies. Confidentiality agreements are an essential component in establishing
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The staff of child care and preschool facilities come into contact with confidential and personal information about children and families. In order to make sure your family's personal information is kept private and used in a professional manner, it is important to ask the staff members about their confidentiality policies. Confidentiality agreements are an essential component in establishing this trust.

Read more: Child Care Confidentiality Agreement | eHow.com
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4.1 Explain the meaning of the term confidentiality. Whats the answer
Weegy: You must introduce and maintain a policy within the home both with regard to the handling of private data relating to inmates and to that relating to staff and ensure that all staff are aware of the policy. All sensitive infomation relating to [ inmates should be locked in a secure place where only care staff can access it. Confidential infomation which comes to your attention should be shared only on a need to know basis and not with any other persons other than care staff and the inmate concerned, although an exception could be made in the case of an emergency where urgent care needs to be given requiring access to the information. .............. ] (More)
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Confidentiality is an essential part of any clinical relationship.
Confidentiality agreements, sometimes called secrecy or nondisclosure agreements, are contracts entered into by two or more parties in which some or all of the parties agree that certain types of information that pass from one party to the other or that are created by one of the parties will remain confidential. Such agreements are often used when a company or individual has a secret process or a new product that it wants another company to evaluate as a precursor to a comprehensive licensing agreement. Or, perhaps one party wants to evaluate another's existing commercial product for a new and different application.

Confidentiality agreements perform several functions. First and most obviously, they protect sensitive technical or commercial information from disclosure to others. One or more participants in the agreement may promise to not disclose technical information received from the other party. If the information is revealed to another individual or company, the injured party has cause to claim a breach of contract and can seek injunctive and monetary damages.
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