EXERCISES, LESSON 1, SECTION I
It is recommended that you work the following exercises (1 through 27) before
beginning the next section of the lesson. After you have completed the exercises,
check your answers against the solutions following the exercises. For any answer
missed, reread the material referenced in the solution.
MATCHING. For exercises 1 through 7
, match the term
in the left-hand column with
the appropriate definition in the right-hand column. (There is one extra definition.)
___ 1. Implied cones
a. Consent in which the patient merely assents
without a real understanding of proposed
___ 2. Presumed consent.
b. Consent that is suggested by circumstances
or the patient's actions.
___ 3. Express consent.
c. Consent given by direct word, either orally
or in writing.
___ 4. Informed consent.
d. Consent that is assumed to exist in an
___ 5. Autonomy model of
e. Consent as a free and rational act based on
knowledge of the relevant issues pertinent
to treatment options.
___ 6. Institutional model of
f. The doctrine that allows procedures beyond
the scope specifically authorized in life-
threatening emergency situations.
___ 7. Extension doctrine.
g. Consent based on a one-way communication
of information from physician to patient.
h. Consent based on an ongoing dialogue
between patient and physician, in which the
patient's unique needs are considered. The
patient takes an active role in selecting