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|Title:||Women's accounts of consenting to surgery: is consent a quality problem?|
|Citation:||QUAL SAF HEALTH CARE, 2004, 13 (6), pp. 422-427|
|Abstract:||Consent has been placed at the centre of doctor-patient relationships. Attempts to improve the consent process in medicine have drawn on bioethical and legal traditions. Current approaches to consent emphasise the provision of information and have, in the UK, resulted in a single standardised format and process for both elective and emergency situations. Investigation of patients' perceptions and priorities are important in understanding the quality of the consent process.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine|
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