Forensic _Pract 2,informed consent

 Pract 2,informed consent 

Lecture video


1) Information required for an informed consent generally does not include .....
a. diagnosis (and any other possible diagnosis).
b. anticipated charges for treatment.
c. alternative options for treatment.
d. significant risks and benefits of a recommended treatment plan.

2) Informed consent is not required when ....
a. the procedure is simple and common......
b. there is a life-threatening emergency.
c. the patient’s mental status prevents a reasonable informed consent.
d. All of the above.

3) Informed consent can apply in emergency and nonemergency situations.....
a. True
b. False

4) Clients should be informed that the counseling process may include the following activities, as relevant...
a.reflections and reflecting teams.
b.discussion and history-taking
c.videotaping, and audio taping
D.All of the above

5) When considering informed consent, the term "capacity" consider
a. The ability of the patient to understand the risks, benefits, and alternatives to the procedure and make a decision based on that information.
b. The ability of the patient to tolerate the procedure and follow post-operative instructions.
c. The ability of the patient to repeat back to you what you said to them.
e.The ability of the patient to pay for their care.