Imagine what it must be like to know that there are no known, no accepted treatment options available to treat a life- threatening disease or terminal illness. Imagine, too, that[…]
Patient “Preferences” Versus Patient “Needs” Advocates who promote shared decision-making (SDM) acknowledge that patient preferences must be recognized and respected. Patient “preferences” are also an integral part of the Affordable[…]
Reality Television – or a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen? This month’s issue covers filming in healthcare organizations for the purposes of “reality” television programming, and deals with such issues as[…]
Attached please find the August 2014 issue of the TRG e-News. This issue deals with conflicts of interest as part of the informed consent process. If you have any questions,[…]
Attached please find the April 2014 issue of Dialogues in Healthcare – where we cover blood transfusion discussions with patients.
Attached please find the February 2014 issue of Dialogues, dealing with the danger of catch-all “General Consent” forms.