Informed Choice of Medical Services: Is the Law Just?
Aldershot, Hampshire, England/Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2001. 129 p.
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Informed Consent, Informed Refusal, Informed Choice -- What Is It That Makes a Patient's Medical Treatment Decisions Informed? Ridley, Donald T. (2001)Informed consent is the fundamental ethical and legal doctrine that protects the patient's rights of personal autonomy and bodily self- determination. An adjunct to the doctrine of informed consent advanced by some is the ...
Informed Choice for Users of Health Services: Views on Ultrasonography Leaflets of Women in Early Pregnancy, Midwives, and Ultrasonographers Oliver, S.; Rajan, L.; Turner, H.; Oakley, A.; Entwistle, V.; Watt, I.; Sheldon, T.A.; Rosser, J.; Newburn, Mary; Gready, Meg; Chamberlain, Paul; Boyd, P.A. (1996-11-16)With the aim of promoting the informed choice of pregnant women, staff and pregnant women at two urban hospitals were offered leaflets summarising the best available evidence about the effectiveness of routine ultrasonography ...