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 //Informed Consent// //Informed Consent//
-  *  ​In all circumstances,​ the consent process should ensure that clear notice is given to patients about the extent ​of privacy protections ​they may expect from their health information when it is incorporated into a registry.\\+  *  ​Health facilities shall have a declaration ​of patient registries that they are managing. Registry participants or their next of kin shall be made aware of the collection of data for registries.\\
  
 //Registry Data// //Registry Data//
-  * Data elements shall conform to standard definitions,​ terminologies and specifications. It must be used to enable meaningful comparisons and allow maximum benefit to be gained from linkage to other registries and/or databases.\\ +  * Data elements shall conform to standard definitions,​ terminologies and specifications. It must be used to enable meaningful comparisons and allow maximum benefit to be gained from linkage to other registries and/or databases. Registry reports shall be produced according to a strict timeline.\\ 
-  * Data dictionaries shall be established to ensure that a systematic identical approach is taken during data collection and data entry. Registry reports shall be produced according to a strict timeline.\\+  * Data dictionaries shall be established to ensure that a systematic identical approach is taken during data collection and data entry.\\
   * For data previously collected, the privacy conditions under which they were collected shall be set as the minimum privacy conditions.\\   * For data previously collected, the privacy conditions under which they were collected shall be set as the minimum privacy conditions.\\
-  * Audit of registry data shall be done frequently to promptly identify data quality lapses.\\+  * Audit of registry data shall be done frequently ​(depending on facility protocol) ​to promptly identify data quality lapses.\\
  
 //Data Collection//​ //Data Collection//​
-  * Data collection ​shall be done in a systematic approach, with identical approaches used at different institutions ensuring that it shall not be an unreasonable burden to patients, nor incur any cost. \\ +  * Collection of data shall be done as close as possible to the time and place of care by appropriately trained data collectors. It shall be done in a systematic approach, with identical approaches used at different institutions ensuring that it shall not be an unreasonable burden to patients, nor incur any cost.\\
-  * Collection of data shall be done as close as possible to the time and place of care by appropriately trained data collectors. Registry participants or their next of kin shall be made aware of the collection of data. \\+
  
 //Registry data for Research Purposes// //Registry data for Research Purposes//
   * Health information registries for research shall incorporate an appropriate design and data elements, written operating procedures, and documented methodologies,​ as necessary, to ensure the fulfillment of a valid scientific purpose. \\   * Health information registries for research shall incorporate an appropriate design and data elements, written operating procedures, and documented methodologies,​ as necessary, to ensure the fulfillment of a valid scientific purpose. \\
-  * Where an authorization for the use and disclosure of registry data for future research does not exist, health care provider or health insurance plan maintaining the registry shall need to obtain an additional authorization for the research from individuals or seek a waiver of authorization from an Institutional Review Board, Ethics Review Board or Privacy Board.\\+  * Where an authorization for the use and disclosure of registry data for future research does not exist, health care provider or health insurance plan maintaining the registry shall need to obtain an additional authorization for the research from individuals or seek a waiver of authorization from an Institutional Review Board, Ethics Review Board or Health ​Privacy Board.\\
  
 //​Registries for Vulnerable Population//​ //​Registries for Vulnerable Population//​