This information is coded so that it impossible to identify individual patients. Only the patients' former therapists can access the original data based on pseudonym and therapy code. Confidential patient data is stored in a separate database which can only be accessed by the practice director.
The data relevant for research purposes are stored for each person. This includes begin and end of therapy, the number of sessions, gender and the diagnoses at the beginning and end of treatment. In addition, number of videotaped sessions and whether these are recorded on audio cassettes for transcriptions is indicated. Important data items for search purposes are, first, whether there are already existing transcripts and if so for which sessions and, second, how many narratives are available in total.
Of primary importance for faculty members and students is a list of publications and research projects for which the text material of a certain client has already been used. For this purpose all associated documents and entries are indicated in the JAKOB database for each person stored. Authorized users can request these evaluations to be shown directly on the screen and printed. The second data table contains the entries for the documents. An entry is made for a video or audio recording, a transcript, and for the individual narratives extracted from videos or transcripts.
This data table also contains all publications related to JAKOB narrative analysis, including books, newspaper articles, dissertations, theses and student research papers. Information on last modification date and author are stored in each document, as are the storage medium e. Text files Text, Word- or Pdf-format on the department server can be opened with the appropriate access rights by clicking on the hyperlink.
Each data record contains a memo field for the summary of the document content. For purposes of JAKOB narrative analysis, short patient narratives can be stored directly in this field, in which case a reference to the original document is unnecessary. Additional fields are available for comments, date, changes and bibliographical information.
A high level search function connects the two data tables and permits an information search across the whole data base. The search is initiated through selection of keywords from the thesaurus or by entry of any search terms. At data entry the associated keywords can also be selected from the thesaurus or be chosen freely. As the JAKOB narrative analysis is a diagnostic instrument, the thesaurus contains terms from the field of psychodiagnostics and from the classification of psychiatric diseases.
In addition, there are search terms based on form or content like "dissertation" or "dream". The quality of the search functionality is dependent on the extent to which the structure of the thesaurus contains meaningful and differentiated keywords. Apart from the high level search across the entire database based on keywords, there also exist search functions for the personal and document data. These can be used to search all fields in the respective data tables. A full text search across the linked electronic text documents is not planned at this stage but could, however, be useful in searching through transcripts.
We intend, however, to replace this prototype with an Internet-based application in the near future, in order to make the JAKOB database independent of the operating system, to avoid complicated installation procedures and to enable external users to access a subset of the information contained in the database.
The first steps to create the JAKOB database were taken in , with the long term aim of establishing computer-assisted administration. We are currently engaged in populating and linking the database tables as well as assigning keywords to the thesaurus. To date, the database contains verbatim transcripts of therapy sessions and over extracted, segmented and encoded narratives from the psychotherapeutic counseling and treatment sessions of over 40 patients. Our database contains over research projects—publications, department reports, theses and student research papers—on the topic "clinical narration" written between and The patients of the practice are asked in their initial interview for their consent to the recording of the sessions.
We ask them to sign a consent form on which they can specify the degree of permitted access to their data, for example to preclude use of their recordings for instruction purposes within department courses. The treatment of patients is not made dependent on their consent to a video or audio recording. Patients have the right to revoke their consent at any time or to restrict the potential use of the recordings.
These rights of revocation and restriction are also valid for therapists of the practice.
All therapists are also faculty members for whom some provision of therapy recordings of their therapies for research and teaching is a prerequisite. In the area of teaching, all students spezializing in clinical psychology must sign a confidentiality agreement. At the beginning of their studies, students receive instruction from a faculty member in dealing with confidentiality and data protection requirements. Most of our courses are accessible only to this comparatively small circle of persons.
The access to videotapes is governed by the principle that each user may obtain only as much information as is necessary for the project in question. Videotapes are only made available if the visual information is indeed required. If language material exclusively is being examined without the need for additional audiovisual information, then transcripts only are provided. If these are not yet available, only the audio portion of the recording can be accessed in order to create a transcript.
It is practically impossible for the reader to draw conclusions as to the real person's identity. The transcribed dialogs receive a code that combines the patient's code name with the exact numerical description of the particular text section number of the session and text unit. The transcripts are stored in this form and are accessible for reuse, for example in subsequent research or lectures.
In the event the JAKOB database is made partially accessible to the public, various additional problems of data protection will arise that do not exist where use is confined to within the faculty. It is necessary to categorize data and entries in the database as being "public" or "internal". All database entries relating to publications, reports of the department, and projects of faculty members and students which are intended for distribution via the Internet as documentation for our area of research are declared "public".
Entries relating to transcripts, narratives and persons are not intended for publication. Documents coded "internal" can only be viewed within the network of the Department of Clinical Psychology I. For this access a password is required. With this password, database entries can be viewed for a fixed period of time and information on the number and details of transcripts and narratives as well as data on persons concerned can be obtained.
To open an internal transcript, however, a special authorization is needed, which is only provided to members of the department. It is our intent to limit access on confidentiality grounds to as few data in the JAKOB database as possible, through appropriate preparation and encoding of the data.
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The recording of clinical data material occurs either through an audiovisual recording in the video studio or as pure audio recording in the counseling and therapy rooms of the department. The video recordings are not based on a specific research design but on a standard configuration.
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