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Record #102371:

Informed consent, health care delivery and northern Canadian native patients / William W. Koolage, Joseph Kaufert, John O'Neil.

Title: Informed consent, health care delivery and northern Canadian native patients / William W. Koolage, Joseph Kaufert, John O'Neil.
Author(s): Koolage, William W.
Kaufert, Joseph.
O'Neil, John.
Date: [1989]
Publisher: Akureyri, Iceland: University of Akureyri
In: Líf undir leidharstjörnu. ([1989]),
Abstract: Work focussed on informed consent to admissions, surgical procedures, tests etc. in Manitoba. Materials were developed in 4 languages. Because of prime importance of informed consent, analyses were initially base on notion of "trouble cases" from legal anthropology. Some such cases are described; full consequences of operations must be interpreted, including mutilation, or cost of transport if treatment is refused.
Notes:

In: Líf undir leidharstjörnu / Haraldur Bessason, ed.

Keywords: 616 -- Disease and pathology.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*35) -- Iceland.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 102371

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