Guideline for obtaining valid consent for gastrointestinal endoscopy procedures.

@article{Everett2016GuidelineFO,
  title={Guideline for obtaining valid consent for gastrointestinal endoscopy procedures.},
  author={S. Michelle Everett and Helen R. Griffiths and U Nandasoma and Katie Ayres and Graham Bell and Mike X. Cohen and Siwan Thomas-Gibson and Mike Thomson and Kevin M T Naylor},
  journal={Gut},
  year={2016},
  volume={65 10},
  pages={
          1585-601
        }
}
Much has changed since the last guideline of 2008, both in endoscopy and in the practice of obtaining informed consent, and it is vital that all endoscopists who are responsible for performing invasive and increasingly risky procedures are aware of the requirements for obtaining valid consent. This guideline is restricted to GI endoscopy but we cover elective and acute or emergency procedures. Few clinical trials have been carried out in relation to informed consent but most areas are informed… CONTINUE READING
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