Informed consent

Lynda Sibson
Friday, May 28, 2010

While delivering care to patients, are we always sure that patients are consenting to treatment? Informed consent is a legal term that is used to indicate that a patient has provided consent that meets agreed minimal standards. Informed consent can be seen to be given if it is based upon a clear understanding and appreciation of the facts, implications and further consequence of action.

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