General Consent Issues
Ackerman TF. Chemically dependent physicians and informed consent disclosure. J Addict Dis. 1996;15:25–42.
Agre P, McKee K, Gargon N, Kurtz RC. Patient satisfaction with an informed consent process. Cancer Pract. 1997;5:162–167.
Amet EM. Informed consent is a process, not a piece of paper. J Oral Implantol. 1996;22:2.
Aoki Y, Nakagawa K, Hasezawa K, et al. Significance of informed consent and truth- telling for quality of life in terminal cancer patients. Radiation Med. 1997;15:133–135.
Appelbaum PS, Grisso T. Capacities of hospitalized, medically ill patients to consent to treatment. Psychosomatics. 1997;38:119–125.
Artnak KE. Informed consent in the elderly: assessing decisional capacity. Semin Perioper Nurs. 1997;6:59–64.
Berlin L. Malpractice issues in radiology: informed consent. AJR. 1997;169:15–18.
Brennan M. A concept analysis of consent. J Adv Nurs. 1997;25:477–484.
Brick J. Informed consent and perioperative nursing. AORN J. 1996;63:258–261.
Brown V. Informed consent for PSA testing. J Fam Pract. 1996;43:234–235.
Bussey GD. Informed consent: its legal history and impact on medicine. Hawaii Med J. 1995;54:472–475.
Caulum SJ. Informed consent: advice from the trenches. Wis Med J. 1997;96:62.
Chambers T. Letting the patient backstage: informed consent for HMO enrollees. J Am Geriatr Soc. 1998;46:355–358.
Chiodo GT, Tolle SW. Informed consent across cultures. Gen Dent. 1997;45:421–424.
Clouser KD, Hufford DJ, O’Connor BB. Informed consent and alternative medicine. Altern Ther Health Med. 1996;2:76– 78.
Cox JD. Paternalism, informed consent and Tuskegee. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 1998;40:1–2.
Cunningham N. Fear and informed consent. Am J Nurs. 1996;96:66.
Etchells E, Sharpe G, Walsh P, Williams JR, Singer PA. Bioethics for clinicians: 1: consent. CMAJ. 1996;155:177–180.
Freda MC, DeVore N, Valentine-Adams N, Bombard A, Merkatz IR. Informed consent for maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein screening in an inner city population: how informed is it? J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 1998;27:99–106.
Gabel H. How presumed is presumed consent? Transplant Proc. 1996;28:27–30.
Gamulka BD. The need for true informed consent in pediatric teaching hospitals. Acad Med. 1998;73:628–629.
Geller G, Botkin JR, Green MJ, et al. Genetic testing for susceptibility to adult- onset cancer: the process and content of informed consent. JAMA. 1997;277:1467–1474.
Halva K. Minor consent to treatment. Minn Med. 1997;80:53–54.
Harrison A. Consent and common law. Nurs Times. 1997;93:52–54.
Hekkenberg RJ, Irish JC, Rotstein LE, Brown DH, Gullane PJ. Informed consent in head and neck surgery: how much do patients actually remember? J Otolaryngol. 1997;26:155–159.
Hill RB. Autopsy consent and family resistance: the role of the clinician. South Med J. 1996;89:1125–1126.
Hofmann PB. Physician experience as a measure of competency: implications for informed consent. Camb Q Healthc Ethics. 1996;5:458–459; discussion 459–466.
Holland PV. Consent for transfusion: is it informed? Transfu Med Rev. 1997;1:274–285.
Hood CA, Hope T, Dove P. Videos, photographs, and patient consent. BMJ. 1998;316:1009–1011.
Hopper KD, TenHave TR, Tully DA, Hall TE. The readability of currently used surgical/procedure consent forms in the United States. Surgery. 1998;123:496–503.
Jones MA. Ethical and legal responses to patients who refuse consent to treatment. Br J Urol. 1995;76(suppl 2):9–14.
Katz J. Reflections on informed consent: 40 years after its birth. J Am Coll Surg. 1998;186:466–474.
Kay NA, Barone BM. Optimizing the consent process for organ donation. J SC Med Assoc. 1998;94:69–75.
Kerns, AF. Better to lay it out on the table rather than do it behind the curtain: hospitals need to obtain consent before using newly deceased patients to teach resuscitation procedures. J Contemp Health Law Policy. 1997;13:581–612.
Khong TY. Improving perinatal autopsy rates: who is counseling bereaved parents for autopsy consent? Birth. 1997;24:55–57.
Kleinman I, Schachter D, Jeffries J, Goldhamer P. Informed consent and tardive dyskinesia: long-term follow-up. J Nerv Ment Dis. 1996;184:517–522.
Klepatsky A, Mahlmeister L. Consent and informed consent in perinatal and neonatal settings. J Perinat Neonat Nurs. 1997;11:34–51.
Lavoie FW. Consent, involuntary treatment, and the use of force in an urban emergency department. Ann Emerg Med. 1992;21:25–32.
Layson RT, McConnell T. Must consent always be obtained for a do-not- resuscitate order? Arch of Int Med. 1996;156:2617–2620.
Lescale KB, Inglis SR, Eddleman KA, Peeper EQ, Chervenak FA, McCullough LB. Conflicts between physicians and patients in nonelective cesarean delivery: incidence and the adequacy of informed consent. Am J Perinatol. 1996;13:171–176.
Liang BA. In initio invadere: issues in infant informed consent, i.v.s, and intubation. J Clin Anesth. 1998;10:73–76.
Lyttle J. Is informed consent possible in the rapidly evolving world of DNA sampling? CMAJ. 1997;156:257–258.
Mailhot CB. Culture and consent. Nurs Manage 1997;28:48P.
Marshall KG. Prevention: how much harm? How much benefit? IV: the ethics of informed consent for preventive screening programs. CMAJ. 1996;155:377–383.
McGleenan T. Affording brutality the cloak of law—consent to medical examination of suspects and children. Med Sci Law. 1996;36:9–14.
Meisel A, Kuczewski M. Legal and ethical myths about informed consent. Arch Int Med. 1996;156:2521–2526.
Mendelson D. Historical evolution and modern implications of concepts of consent to, and refusal of, medical treatment in the law of trespass. J Leg Med. 1996;17:1–71.
Molnar J. Consent in the 90’s. Med Law. 1997;16:567–579.
Moustarah F. Organ procurement: let’s presume consent. CMAJ. 1998;158:231–234.
Mulcahy D, Cunningham K, McCormack D, Cassidy N, Walsh M. Informed consent from whom? J R Coll Surg Edinb. 1997;42:161–164.
Murphy MF, Docherty S, Greenfield P. Survey of the information given to patients about blood transfusion and the need for consent before transfusion. Transfus Med. 1997;7:287– 288.
Neptune SM, Hopper KD, Houts PS, Hartzel JS, Ten Have TR, Loges RJ. Take- home informed consent for intravenous contrast media: do patients learn more? Invest Radiol. 1996;31:109–113.
Nickerson CA, Jasper JD, Asch DA. Comfort level, financial incentives, and consent for organ donation. Transplant Proc. 1998;30:155–159.
Nora LM, Benvenuti RJ. Medicolegal aspects of informed consent. Neurol Clin. 1998;16:207–216.
O’Flynn N, Spencer J, Jones R. Consent and confidentiality in teaching in general practice: survey of patients’ views on presence of students. BMJ. 1997;315:1142.
Orth OG. Virtues and informed consent. Mo Med. 1997;94:216–220.
Pang AH, Laf KY, Bailey V. Children’s consent to psychiatric treatment: all or nothing? Int J Clin Pract. 1997;51:412–413.
Pape T. Legal and ethical considerations of informed consent. AORN J. 1997;65:1122–1127.
Pennels CJ. Consent and children. Prof Nurse. 1998;13:327– 328.
Pennings G. Partner consent for sperm donation. Hum Reprod. 1996;11:1132–1137.
Pharris MD, Ledray LE. Consent and confidentiality in the care of the sexually assaulted adolescent. J Emerg Nurs. 1997;23:279–281.
Post LF, Blustein J, Gordon E, Dubler NN. Pain: ethics, culture, and informed consent to relief. J Law Med Ethics. 1996;24:348–359.
Power KJ. The legal and ethical implications of consent to nursing procedures. Br J Nurs. 1997;6:885–888.
Pryor F. Key concepts in informed consent for perioperative nurses. AORN J. 1997;65:1105–1110.
Qual S. Informed consent: still a physician’s duty. Minn Med. 1997;80:51–52.
Stauch M. Consent in medical law. Br J Nurs. 1998;7:84.
Zinner SE. The elusive goal of informed consent by adolescents. Theor Med. 1995;16:323–331.