Mental Health Aspects of the Informed Consent Process
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Usher, Kim J.; Arthur, David (1998-04)Informed consent, essentially a legal doctrine, is designed to protect the rights of patients. However, in an area of practice such as psychiatry, informed consent imposes many problems if one considers it to be a static ...