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Ethics ch. 3- informed consent
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Informed consent involves 2 sides:
What 2 issues does informed consent deal with?
A legal document to protect the DDS
Informed patient of treatment and risks
DDS decided treatment
What was informed consent originally meant for?
Legal document and a discussion
Inform patient of treatment, risks, options
Patient decides treatment
What is informed consent meant for now?
Patient has the right to be _____________.
Patient has the right to ____________ to treatment.
Inform & advise
RDH has the duty to __________ & __________.
RDH should NOT ___________.
Three forms of consent:
Non-verbal or unwritten agreement (being in chair with mouth open)
Verbally agreeing to treatment
Signing a statement
Original model of informed consent
Based on beneficence- benefits patient
Nonmaleficence- do no harm to patient
2nd model of informed consent
Based on harm/avoidance
Not all information is disclosed
Patient trusts DDS/RDH
3rd model of informed consent
Patient has right to choose treatment
DDS/RDH are partners in decision making process
Patient is not really informed
Drawbacks of first model
Patient is not FULLY informed
-Patient does not want to know
-DDS/RDH knows best
Drawbacks of second model
Patient is fully informed
Drawbacks of third model
Patient refuses treatment b/c of side effects
Patient does not want to be informed- wants DDS to make all decisions
Exceptions to the rule
The ideal context:
Full _________ to the patient.
Provide helpful explanations of ___________ options.
Be a ____________ in decision making.
Disclose how long a procedure will take
Discuss costs and insurance practices
Core of informed consent
____________________ with patient- trust.
Encourage patient to ask questions.
Don't just give _____________ with info.
________________- patient ed
Allow time for patient to make ____________.
This must contain:
Consequences of refusal
Patient understands risks
RDH may advise
Informed consent for research must contain:
___________ of the study
Length of the __________
_______________ is voluntary
Payment for participation is discussed
Informed consent for digital images, video, audio, etc:
_______ it will be used
Where it will be ___________.
Who to contact for questions
How long the __________ will be kept.
Disclosure by infected DDS/RDH:
1990s- recommended that DDS should inform patient or ______ _________.
Identify ___________ prone procedures
DDS/RDH should know their ____/_____ status
____________ is not mandatory
You will be treated with respect, dignity, & courtesy
Info about your health will be confidential, & privacy will be maintained
You will be informed of length of appts & fees before scheduling services. You will be made aware of insurance & payment arrangements.
You will be kept informed of your dental and DH needs, progress of treatment, & any change in treatment conditions
You will be encouraged to seek alternative treatment, referrals, and second opinions when necessary
You will have access to your dental and DH records
You will have the right to refuse treatment
Patient's Bill of Rights
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