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Question 1:

What might be the consequences if a physician ignores the fact that the patient cannot give consent due to a language barrier and no emergency exists?

Question 2:

What is an ethics committee? What is their purpose and who usually sits on an ethics committee?

Question 3:

How honest does the physician have to be when discussing informed consent? Are there exceptions to informed consent?

Question 4:

There is another type of consent which is different from informed or, what is also called, expressed consent. What is the other type of consent we find in healthcare?

Question 1:What might be the consequences if a physician ignores the fact that the patient cannot give consent due to a language barrier and no emergency exists? Question 2:What is an ethics committee? What is their purpose and who usually sits on an ethics committee? Question 3:How honest does the physician have to be when discussing informed consent? Are there exceptions to informed consent? Question 4:There is another type of consent which is different from informed or, what is also called, expressed consent. What is the other type of consent we find in healthcare?