Explore what is meant by "informedconsent" from a legal perspective. Why is it important to patients, providers, and healthcare organizations? What happens when a patient is unable to provide informedconsent due their medical condition? What are the potential consequences to providers when informedconsent is not received by t
Through case law and legislation, informedconsent has come to be seen as the duty of physicians or their designees to obtain the patient's permission for treatment. This permission should be given only after the patient understands the treatment and supports its implementation. What do you think about this statement? Please sha
Do you think that one of the key elements in the informedconsent process is a statement of intent from the therapist about who they are, values, life experience? To what extent is this an important part of the initial session? should this be included in the first session?
Rafael needs an informedconsent form completed for each of the children in his study. He realizes his research is being conducted with minors. Therefore, the parents of these minors need to approve of their ward's participation in the study.
Rafael seeks your help on drafting the informedconsent form for this purpose.