The recommendations guide of informed consent pretends to record that the degree of participation of people is based on the preliminary information which is required to help to reflect and assess the suitability of undergo healthcare interventions proposed. Consent must be done properly, not to mention that the ultimate goal is to involve patients in decisions that affect them and assume responsibilities. The aim is that the legal character of consent does not replace the possibility of communication, dialogue, understanding and shared decision-making that are the cornerstone of care.
Patient rights; Clinical Communication; Patient autonomy
Comitè de Bioètica de Catalunya. Guia de recomanacions sobre el consentiment informat. Barcelona: Direcció General de Recursos Sanitaris; 2003.
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