• Create a comprehensive outline that you will use to write your literature review. The outline should include more than simply topic headings from your concept map; instead, provide details regarding the peer-reviewed sources under each heading and connections between the findings of the different studies. The length of the outline may vary depending on your topic area, but it should have enough detail that it is at least 2 pages. Remember that you need to include at least 8 peer-reviewed scholarly sources that you used in your concept map for this assignment.
• Provide enough detail that a reader may discern the overall ideas that your paper will present. Make sure to use your detailed notes on each source and your concept map to help you with your assignment.
• The conceptual/theoretical framework is a foundational piece of the dissertation writing process. As you complete this assignment, make sure to note the conceptual frameworks or theoretical frameworks used by the researchers in your outline.
My topic is “HIPAA as it relates to clinical research”
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Malin, B., Karp, D., & Scheuermann, R. H. (2010). Technical and Policy Approaches to
Balancing Patient Privacy and Data Sharing in Clinical and Translational Research.
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Jiang, X., Sarwate, A. D., & Ohno-Machado, L. (2013). Privacy Technology to Support Data
Sharing for Comparative Effectiveness Research: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW.
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Identification Heuristics for Personal Health Information. Journal of Medical Internet
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Ness RB, Joint Policy Committee, Societies of Epidemiology f. Influence of the HIPAA Privacy
Rule on Health Research. JAMA. 2007;298(18):2164-2170.

Emanuel, Ezekiel J., and Jerry Menikoff. “Reforming the regulations governing research with
human subjects.” New England Journal of Medicine 365.12 (2011): 1145-1150.

Dunlop, A. L., Graham, T., Leroy, Z., Glanz, K., & Dunlop, B. (2007). The impact of HIPAA
authorization on willingness to participate in clinical research. Annals of
epidemiology, 17(11), 899-905.

Wolf, M. S., & Bennett, C. L. (2006). Local perspective of the impact of the HIPAA privacy rule
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