Giving Informed Consent

by Cathy Parkes October 23, 2020

Who can give informed consent? An unimpaired adult (i.e. not under the influence of drugs/alcohol, not experiencing command hallucinations). Emancipated minor. Parent or legal guardian of a minor.

Who can give informed consent?

  • An unimpaired adult (i.e. not under the influence of drugs/alcohol, not experiencing command hallucinations).
  • Emancipated minor.
  • Parent or legal guardian of a minor.


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