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Informed Consent: A Complex Process in Iran’s Nursing Practice

간호행정학회지 2017년 23권 3호 p.223 ~ 228
Nasrabadi Alireza Nikbakht, Shali Mahboobeh,
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 ( Nasrabadi Alireza Nikbakht ) - Tehran University of Medical Sciences School of Nursing and Midwifery
 ( Shali Mahboobeh ) - Tehran University of Medical Sciences School of Nursing and Midwifery

Abstract


Informed consent should not be regarded as a rigid process. Instead, it should be regarded as a flexible process that provides patient with the right amount of information required to facilitate meaningful decision-making. Informed consent is an important ethical and practical part of patient care. Understanding the moral foundation of informed consent can help to guide therapists in their communication with all patients. Nurses, as members of the multidisciplinary team, are currently key contributors in providing information to patients regarding the treatment process. But in this process, there are some challenges that make it difficult. This paper describes the underlying ethical and regulatory requirements as well as related challenges regarding informed consent in the context of a nursing practice in Iran.

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Informed consent; Ethical challenge; Moral challenge; Nursing ethic; Iran

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