The “Informed Consent” Process

 

Presented by Lelan Sillin, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Symposium: Ethics of Innovation


surgical innovation–41 sec
history–2:10
informed consent process–5:03
disclosure–5:13
understanding–6:13
decisional capacity–6:38
limitations–7:33
tx vs research–8:17
hx–8:48
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