Anyone allowed to enter the pizzeria must sign a confidentiality agreement and do as they are told in exchange for free pizza.
Objectivity, independence, professional judgment, and confidentiality are all elements of integrity.
I told her I was never asked to sign any confidentiality agreement and considered it fair game.
Kids approaching adolescence get a brief discussion about confidentiality.
Apparently, the confidentiality agreements at previous Bieber parties have had $5 million penalties.
I have tried to give a realistic picture of confidentiality in therapy.
There is a second insurance-related issue that has to do with confidentiality.
Accidental or inadvertent breaks of confidentiality sometimes can also occur.
There are two central questions relating to confidentiality that I want to raise here.
There may or may not be special laws in your state to protect the confidentiality of psychotherapy.
confidentiality con·fi·den·ti·al·i·ty (kŏn'fĭ-děn'shē-āl'ĭ-tē)
The ethical principle or legal right that a physician or other health professional will hold secret all information relating to a patient, unless the patient gives consent permitting disclosure.