1. Sue is a clinic nurse for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease who is pursuing a master’s degree. She is interested in writing a paper on the factors that are associated with poor compliance with medical regimens and associated repeat hospitalization of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder patients. She saves patient data from the clinic database on a thumb drive, which she then uses to view it on her computer. Sue is aware of the rules governing information privacy and believes that, as a nurse, she is entitled to the information since she requires it for a graduate school assignment. Is Sue’s reasoning correct? Give reasons for why she is or is not correct. 2. A huge hospital system’s nursing education department has been centralized; as a result, nurse educators are no longer allocated to one facility but must now go to all of them. They communicate and share data and information through their smartphones. What would be your initial steps in securing these transactions? Explain why each step is required.