Such agreements should not contain clauses governing intellectual property. Contact the Industrial Contracts Office to verify an agreement, including such terms. A guide to understanding Stanford`s policies, procedures, and resources for confidentiality and confidentiality agreements. The audio recordings you receive likely contain participant identification markers as well as names of third parties (e.g.B colleagues, family members, and/or acquaintances of participants). To protect privacy, you must remove all identifiers of third parties and participants who wish to remain anonymous. If the transcription takes place outside the university, make sure that all recordings, transcripts, and recordings remain confidential (i.e., materials are never left unattended and are secure if not used). By signing below, you agree not to disclose any information about audio recordings or in written transcripts. In addition, you agree not to discuss participants or data collected in this study with anyone other than the primary controllers. If the sponsor or a third party has signed their own agreement, check the terms of Stanford`s presentation. If the conditions are the same on the substance, you can feel comfortable signing them. They have been set to [insert task] for [insert researcher`s name(s)] for the research project [insert title]. The ethical policies of this study require that you read and sign this form, which means that you are willing to enter into a confidentiality agreement regarding the data collected in this study. As part of their work at Stanford, Principal Investigators and other researchers may be asked to accept confidential or limited information, materials, software code, or technology from a sponsor or third party.
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