American Association on Mental Deficiency. Legislative and Social Issues Committee, Douglas Biklen, H. Rutherford Turnbull
American Association on Mental Deficiency, 1977 - Law - 80 pages
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WHO MAY GIVE CONSENT?
MEANS FOR OBTAINING AND REVIEWING CONSENT
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AAM lAc Consent AAMD ability activity or procedure admission adoption agencies appendectomy appropriate behavioral treatment birth control Chapter child client coercive competent concern concurrent consent conflict of interest consent is sought consent issues consent process consent to medical consentor contract court decision degree of scrutiny direct consent disclosure Douglas Biklen educational effective consent elements of consent evaluation example fact give consent give or withhold given guardian habilitation implied consent informed consent institutionalized institutions intrusiveness involved irreversible lAc Consent handbook legal guardian legally incompetent loco parentis marriage medical treatment mentally retarded person nature non-retarded obtaining consent parents participation particular patient person seeking consent physician placement principle profes professional proposed protect psychological psychosurgery question reasons release of information residential facility retarded citizen retarded person's consent reversibility risk risky situations social sterilization substitute consent substitute decision-maker third-party consent tion understand usually voidable voluntariness