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Publication Date

5-2012

Document Type

Research You Can Use

Abstract

Informed consent creates a continuing dialogue and promotes a clinician-client relationship that fosters mutual respect, shared decision-making and client autonomy. Informed consent done correctly involves clinicians providing clients with the information necessary to make informed decisions about their treatment.

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Subject Area

Ethics

Keywords

Informed consent

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Charles W. Lidz

 
 

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