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explain the changes required to improve the quality of an individuals participation to promote independence informed choice and a valued life
Informed consent is a phrase often used in law to indicate that Explain the changes required to improve the quality of an individual?s participation to promote independence, informed choice a valued life. [ the consent a person gives meets certain minimum standards. As a literal matter, in the absence of fraud, it is redundant. [ [ [ An informed consent can be said to have been given based
upon a clear appreciation and understanding of the facts, implications, and future consequences of an action. In order to give informed consent, the individual concerned must have adequate reasoning faculties and be in possession of all relevant facts at the time consent is given. Impairments to reasoning and judgment which may make it impossible for someone to give informed consent include such factors as basic intellectual or emotional immaturity, high levels of stress such as PTSD or as severe mental retardation, severe mental illness, intoxication, severe sleep deprivation, Alzheimer's disease, or being in a coma. This term was first used in a 1957 medical malpractice case by Paul G. Gebhard. Some acts cannot legally take place because of a lack of informed consent. In cases where an individual is considered unable to give informed consent, another person is generally authorized to give consent on his behalf, e.g., parents or legal guardians of a child and caregivers for the mentally ill. However, if a severely injured person is brought to a hospital in an unconscious state and no-one is available to give informed consent, doctors will give whatever treatment is necessary to save their life (according to the Hippocratic oath), which might involve major surgery, e.g., amputation. In cases where an individual is provided insufficient information to form a reasoned decision, serious ethical issues arise. Such cases in a clinical trial in medical research are anticipated and prevented by an ethics committee or Institutional Review Board. ] ] ] ]
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User: explain the changes required to improve the quality of an individuals participation to promote independence informed choice and a valued life

Weegy: Informed consent is a phrase often used in law to indicate that Explain the changes required to improve the quality of an individual?s participation to promote independence, informed choice a valued life. [ the consent a person gives meets certain minimum standards. As a literal matter, in the absence of fraud, it is redundant. [ [ [ An informed consent can be said to have been given based upon a clear appreciation and understanding of the facts, implications, and future consequences of an action. In order to give informed consent, the individual concerned must have adequate reasoning faculties and be in possession of all relevant facts at the time consent is given. Impairments to reasoning and judgment which may make it impossible for someone to give informed consent include such factors as basic intellectual or emotional immaturity, high levels of stress such as PTSD or as severe mental retardation, severe mental illness, intoxication, severe sleep deprivation, Alzheimer's disease, or being in a coma. This term was first used in a 1957 medical malpractice case by Paul G. Gebhard. Some acts cannot legally take place because of a lack of informed consent. In cases where an individual is considered unable to give informed consent, another person is generally authorized to give consent on his behalf, e.g., parents or legal guardians of a child and caregivers for the mentally ill. However, if a severely injured person is brought to a hospital in an unconscious state and no-one is available to give informed consent, doctors will give whatever treatment is necessary to save their life (according to the Hippocratic oath), which might involve major surgery, e.g., amputation. In cases where an individual is provided insufficient information to form a reasoned decision, serious ethical issues arise. Such cases in a clinical trial in medical research are anticipated and prevented by an ethics committee or Institutional Review Board. ] ] ] ]
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Weegy: Yes options should be analyzed before choice is made.
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The changes required to improve the quality of an individuals participation to promote independence, informed choices and a valued life are considered in working from a person - centered approach , asking and identifying individual needs and strengths as well as weaknesses rather than going according to a manual. Through these basic process , they can set targets and goals to achieve that was very helpful to them because through the SMART objectives they could eventually achieve their goals and thus it gives them a driving force independently further boosting their self confidence.
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