References and Bibliography

Chapman, A.R., ed. 1997 Health Care and Information Ethics: Protecting Fundamental Human Rights. Kansas City, KS: Sheed and Ward.

Fanning, J. 1998 Privacy and Research: Public Policy Issues. Seminar presentation in Statistical Seminar Series on Confidentiality, Washington, DC, October 15. 1998. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology 1978 Report on Statistical Disclosure-Avoidance Techniques. Statistical Policy Working Paper 2. Subcommittee on Disclosure-Avoidance Techniques. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce.

Gostin, L.O. 1995 Health information privacy. Cornell Law Review 80:451-528.

Interagency Confidentiality and Data Access Group 1999 Checklist on Disclosure Potential of Proposed Data Releases, Statistical Policy Office, U.S. Office of Management and Budget.

Jabine, T.B. 1993a Procedures for restricted access data. Journal of Official Statistics 9(2):537-589.

1993b Statistical disclosure limitation practices of United States Statistical Agencies. Journal of Official Statistics 9(2):427-454.

Juster, F.T. 1991 Discussion. American Statistical Association 1991 Proceedings of the Social Sciences Section. Alexandria, VA.: American Statistical Association.

National Research Council 1979 Privacy and Confidentiality as Factors in Survey Response. Panel on Privacy and Confidentiality as Factors in Survey Response, Committee on National Statistics, Committee on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC:National Academy Press



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Improving Access to and Confidentiality of Research Data: Report of a Workshop References and Bibliography Chapman, A.R., ed. 1997 Health Care and Information Ethics: Protecting Fundamental Human Rights. Kansas City, KS: Sheed and Ward. Fanning, J. 1998 Privacy and Research: Public Policy Issues. Seminar presentation in Statistical Seminar Series on Confidentiality, Washington, DC, October 15. 1998. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology 1978 Report on Statistical Disclosure-Avoidance Techniques. Statistical Policy Working Paper 2. Subcommittee on Disclosure-Avoidance Techniques. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce. Gostin, L.O. 1995 Health information privacy. Cornell Law Review 80:451-528. Interagency Confidentiality and Data Access Group 1999 Checklist on Disclosure Potential of Proposed Data Releases, Statistical Policy Office, U.S. Office of Management and Budget. Jabine, T.B. 1993a Procedures for restricted access data. Journal of Official Statistics 9(2):537-589. 1993b Statistical disclosure limitation practices of United States Statistical Agencies. Journal of Official Statistics 9(2):427-454. Juster, F.T. 1991 Discussion. American Statistical Association 1991 Proceedings of the Social Sciences Section. Alexandria, VA.: American Statistical Association. National Research Council 1979 Privacy and Confidentiality as Factors in Survey Response. Panel on Privacy and Confidentiality as Factors in Survey Response, Committee on National Statistics, Committee on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC:National Academy Press

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Improving Access to and Confidentiality of Research Data: Report of a Workshop National Research Council and Social Science Research Council 1993 Private Lives and Public Policies: Confidentiality and Accessibility of Government Statistics. Panel on Confidentiality and Data Access, George T. Duncan, Thomas B. Jabine, and Virginia A. de Wolf, eds. Committee on National Statistics. Washington, DC:National Academy Press.