Improving the Informed Consent Process for Surgery
Kondziolka, Douglas S.
Pirris, Stephen M.
Neurosurgery 2006 June; 58(6): 1184-1189; discussion 1184-1189
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Davis, Nicole; Pohlman, Anne; Gehlbach, Brian; Kress, John P.; McAtee, Jane; Herlitz, Jean; Hall, Jesse (2003-04-16)CONTEXT: Invasive procedures are often performed emergently in the intensive care unit (ICU), and patients or their proxies may not be available to provide informed consent. Little is known about the effectiveness of ...
Willis, Gordon (2006-03)Consent materials often contain complex information, legalese, and other features that render them difficult to comprehend in such a way that consent is truly informed. I propose that researchers adapt cognitive interviewing, ...