appropriate consent

appropriate consent

A term of art defined in the context of the UK’s Human Tissue Act 2004 for permission to remove, use or store tissue from a person,that is appropriate, i.e., given by person who may give consent, which may be the person concerned, their nominated representative, or (in the absence of either of these) the consent of a person in a “qualifying relationship” with them immediately before they died.
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Successful VBAC requires proper patient selection, appropriate consent, and adequate provisions in case of emergencies.
Exhausted output should be submitted to klapowisku indicated by the Maritime Office in Gdynia, appropriate consent is obtained by the Contractor.
So is this "Full appropriate consent from patients"?
Taking this into account, a 'wait and see' approach to cookie compliance can only be described as the wrong strategy -- businesses need to get an active grip on understanding what cookies they use and why, and implement an appropriate consent strategy to minimize their EU compliance risk," said Phil Lee, Fieldfisher.
The developer has clearly chosen to continue with many schemes without appropriate consent and to operate despite knowing that they are in breach of various planning regulations.
Where it is important to retain tissues and/or organs at the time of performing an anatomical pathology autopsy, it is imperative that the next of kin be accordingly informed and that appropriate consent be obtained - and that appropriate further management of the remains be stipulated, also with regard to subsequent disposal of such tissues.
This example underscores a significant concept: The conventional focus on ensuring that patients sign the appropriate consent forms, treatment agreements, and other key documents is inadequate.
The couple had previously pleaded guilty to taking a child out of the UK without appropriate consent.
Nobody is authorised to use Anna Nicole's image, name or likeness without the appropriate consent from her estate.
Both speakers addressed these issues with an emphasis on the absolute need to respect human rights and gain appropriate consent.
Subject to all the usual conditions (separate donor caregivers and transplant team, appropriate consent, careful education of the family, etc.
His inquiry concluded that appropriate consent forms had not been signed by patients or relatives of the dead.

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