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Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

Volume 15, Number 2, July - December 2014

Book Reviews: Technical Books Section

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THREE SIGNIFICANT BOOKS ON CONSENT

quote start...These three books are essential reading on consent in medical practice. I would heartily recommend them for every medical and paramedical practitioner...quote end

Rating : 10/10


 Consent In Clinical Practice, by Margaret Mayberry and John Mayberry. Soft cover, 9.5 x 6.7 x 0.5".
Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 18 Marcham Road, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 1AA, UK. Publication Date May 2003. 123 pages, ISBN-10: 1857758048; ISBN-13: 978-1857758047, Price 26.99.

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Consent In Clinical Practice, by Margaret Mayberry and John Mayberry
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This new book on consent is an excellent addition to medicolegal literature. It gives many interesting case studies on consent, which should prove useful to the reader.

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 Consent in Surgery - A Practical Guide, edited by Roba Khundkar, Samantha De Silva, Rajat Chowdhury. soft cover, 9.2 x 6.3.
Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 18 Marcham Road, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 1AA, UK. Publication Date October, 2010. 164 pages, ISBN-10: 1846193664; ISBN-13: 978-1846193668, Price 26.99.

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This is the second important book on consent published by Radcliffe that would be useful to doctors. This book however is more directed towards surgeons. Highly recommended to all surgeons. Consent is often misunderstood among surgeons, and this excellent book would clarify their concpets regarding concepts


 Consent to Treatment (Medico-Legal Essentials), by Jane Lynch. soft cover, 9.7 x 6.7.
Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 18 Marcham Road, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 1AA, UK. Publication Date November, 2010. 226 pages, ISBN-10: 1846192242; ISBN-13: 978-1846192241, Price 25.99

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This is the third important book on consent published by Radcliffe. General principles of consent are explained, but the stress is more on consent to treatment rather than to other issues such as diagnostic procedures, immunizations etc. All in all, we feel that this set of three books on consent should prove very useful to all physicians, surgeons and all other medical professionals, who deal with patients on a daily basis






 

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