Your responsibility as a physician:
If you are a medical researcher or practitioner you comprehend your essential obligation is to that patient who sits in front of you. You further comprehend the significance of informed consent for your medical study or practice. Informed consent is more than simply getting a patient’s signature on a form. Aside from protecting you legitimately informed consent has been shown to enhance patient results because patients who comprehend their diagnoses and treatment options are shown to have better recoveries.
In any case, how does a medical practitioner know their informed consent procedure is being handled appropriately and is successful?
The criteria for a successfully informed consent procedure include:
- The patient must comprehend the outcomes of their decision
- The patient must be given sufficient information and at an understandable level
- The patient must be permitted to make their decision without force
- The patient must comprehend the information being presented
- The patient must indicate their consent to treatment
- The patient must be competent sufficient to make a decision
The tools available for informed consent:
Meeting this checklist can be a challenge particularly in a modern practice that may be providing for a multi-cultural population. The typical tools medical professionals use for informed consent are medical brochures, posters, physiological models and medical imaging, for example, x-rays. In particular, the physician will likewise talk with the patient and question answers. But another tool that’s becoming broadly utilized is video. Adding patient education medical video and animation to the informed consent procedure has a few advantages:
- Animators and doctors work closely to visually translate the procedures into visuals that are comprehensible to the patient
- It can describe the same treatment and condition options to multiple patients saving the physician time
- Different videos can be stored on compact devices to cover a range of treatments and conditions
- Animation is a great medium that can show detail that live action can’t. Animation can show cross sections and see through objects to clearly depict procedures which would be difficult to show with live action
- Video can be deployed across different channels both inside the practice and across the Internet
- Numerous people are visual learners and will retain information great after watching a video as rather than reading a brochure
- It can incorporate 3D animations that show treatments and conditions in a comprehensible way. The camera can be placed anywhere so that the viewer can clearly see the process
- Animation can leave out the less acceptable parts of surgery such a blood and open tissue
- Video can be provided in different languages for a multi-cultural population
Get started with video for your informed consent:
HighBeam Studios has produced more than 50 videos for our clients and has deep experience providing 3D medical animation and videos for the healthcare industry. We have worked in the 3D animation industry for over eight years at a professional firm servicing different sorts of clientele throughout out the world. Contact our us and find out how informed consent medical videos are created and how to deploy these videos inside your practice. We adept at collaborating with medical professionals and understanding their requirements and vocabulary. If you are a medical practitioner you comprehend your essential obligation is to that patient who sits in front of you. Make sure they are well informed.
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