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Consent [electronic resource] : Practical Principles for Clinicians

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublication details: Sharjah : Bentham Science Publishers, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9781608050932
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Consent : Practical Principles for CliniciansDDC classification:
  • 615.8/51 615.851
LOC classification:
  • RC489.B53
Online resources:
Contents:
01 Title.pdf; 04 Contents; 05 ABOUT THE AUTHOR; 06 Foreword to Consent textbook version 2; 07 Preface; 08 BACKGROUND TO THE TEXT; 09 INTRODUCTION; 10 Golden Rules of Consent; 11 DEFINITIONS; 12 Chapter 01 BASIC LAW AND CONSENT; 13 Chapter 02 BASIC ETHICS AND CONSENT; 14 Chapter 03 DECISION MAKING ABILITY; 15 Chapter 04 CLINICAL INFORMATION; 16 Chapter 05 TYPES OF CONSENT; 17 Chapter 06 CONSENT; 18 Chapter 07 WHO CAN TAKE CONSENT; 19 Chapter 08 MISCELLANEOUS ISSUES CONCERNING COMMUNICATION; 20 Chapter 09 RESEARCH CONSENT; 21 Chapter 10 CONSENT IN DEATH; 22 Chapter 11 ORGAN RETENTION
23 Chapter 12 HUMAN TISSUE24 Chapter 13 MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS AND CONSENT; 25 Chapter 14 CLINICAL RECORDINGS INCLUDING PHOTOGRAPHY AND IMAGES; 26 Chapter 15 DATA PROTECTION; 27 Chapter 16 CONSENT AND GOVERNANCE; 28 Chapter 17 STRETCH YOURSELF; 29 INDEX
Summary: Obtaining proper patient consent in clinical care is vital in current times. The approach of ?doctor knows best? is now superseded by patient rights to make decisions. The approach of this book from the author?s experience of 13 years in Clinical Risk Management with a special interest in generic consent is to combine different disciplines into a more unified approach that reflects every day practice, rather than citing individual examples of law case studies. By analyzing the elements of these different disciplines a more logical, practical and synergistic approach to consent is achieved. Thi
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01 Title.pdf; 04 Contents; 05 ABOUT THE AUTHOR; 06 Foreword to Consent textbook version 2; 07 Preface; 08 BACKGROUND TO THE TEXT; 09 INTRODUCTION; 10 Golden Rules of Consent; 11 DEFINITIONS; 12 Chapter 01 BASIC LAW AND CONSENT; 13 Chapter 02 BASIC ETHICS AND CONSENT; 14 Chapter 03 DECISION MAKING ABILITY; 15 Chapter 04 CLINICAL INFORMATION; 16 Chapter 05 TYPES OF CONSENT; 17 Chapter 06 CONSENT; 18 Chapter 07 WHO CAN TAKE CONSENT; 19 Chapter 08 MISCELLANEOUS ISSUES CONCERNING COMMUNICATION; 20 Chapter 09 RESEARCH CONSENT; 21 Chapter 10 CONSENT IN DEATH; 22 Chapter 11 ORGAN RETENTION

23 Chapter 12 HUMAN TISSUE24 Chapter 13 MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS AND CONSENT; 25 Chapter 14 CLINICAL RECORDINGS INCLUDING PHOTOGRAPHY AND IMAGES; 26 Chapter 15 DATA PROTECTION; 27 Chapter 16 CONSENT AND GOVERNANCE; 28 Chapter 17 STRETCH YOURSELF; 29 INDEX

Obtaining proper patient consent in clinical care is vital in current times. The approach of ?doctor knows best? is now superseded by patient rights to make decisions. The approach of this book from the author?s experience of 13 years in Clinical Risk Management with a special interest in generic consent is to combine different disciplines into a more unified approach that reflects every day practice, rather than citing individual examples of law case studies. By analyzing the elements of these different disciplines a more logical, practical and synergistic approach to consent is achieved. Thi