Texas Informed Consent Experience: A Model for the Nation
Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 1989 July; 79(7): 348-354
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Meyers, Arlen D. (2004-01)
Conducting Research Using the Emergency Exception From Informed Consent: The Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) Trial Experience Mosesso, Vincent N., Jr.; Brown, Lawrence H.; Greene, H. Leon; Schmidt, Terri A.; Aufderheide, Tom P.; Sayre, Michael R.; Stephens, Shannon W.; Travers, Andrew; Craven, Richard A.; Weisfeldt, Myron L. (Public Access Defibrillation [PAD] Trial Investigators, 2004-04)
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 ...