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Kentucky Social Work Code of Ethical Conduct
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Section 13
Kentucky Administrative Regulations: 201 KAR 23:080
Research

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     Section 13. Research. (1) A social worker shall obtain written informed consent from a client or a client's guardian if the client is a subject of a research project.
     (2) A client's consent shall comply with the requirements of federal and state law regulating research with a human subject and shall include at least the following:
     (a) The scope and purpose of this research;
     (b) The procedures used to protect the client's confidentiality interests;
     (c) The client's right to participate or to refuse to participate without negative consequence to service delivery;
     (d) The possible risks and benefits of participation; and
     (e) The client's right to withdraw from participation without negative to service delivery.
     (3) A social worker shall protect the privacy and anonymity of a client who is a research subject and shall inform a client of a limitation on confidentiality that might arise from participation in the research project.

- Kentucky Legislature. Title 201, Chapter 23: 080 Board of Social Work. 2018 Kentucky Administrative Regulations. Section 13. Research.

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