Cancer Screening Research Project
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What will happen with the Interview Data?
All information that a participant shares during the interview will be kept completely confidential and will be stored securely. The participant’s personal information (e.g. name and contact information) will be assigned a secure code. This secure code will let the project coordinator store the participant data (questionnaire, interview recording) while making sure that the participant’s identity is kept confidential.
The Wequedong Lodge Community Advisory Group and the Toronto researchers will work together to analyze the project data. We have a signed working agreement that adheres to the Ownership, Control, Access and Possession (OCAP) principles and makes it clear that the data collected for this research project is owned by Wequedong Lodge, as the community partner. The working agreement also outlines how publications from this research project may be developed and shared.