Who moved my computer? Online research challenges

July 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Jul2010, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p75
The article explores problems that may be confronted when doing online research as explained by Elizabeth Buchanan from the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. She discusses the issue of data ownership and being sensitive to the possibility that subjects of online research can be identified or that research information is made public. Buchanan also discusses the issue of privacy.


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