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Tejal Barai-Jaitly

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2005.067


The author has identified a number of ethical issues in the case study. I am particularly interested in two of these, interconnected with each other and with other issues, including those raised by the team. The first of them is whether information shared in a counselling session can be used for research. The second is the issue of confidentiality of information collected through counselling sessions.

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