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Health information” has been defined as information such as: “(a) information or an opinion about: (i) the health or a disability (at any time) of an individual; or (ii) an individual’s expressed wishes about the future provision of health services to him or her; or (iii) a health service provided, or to be provided, to an individual; that is also personal information; or (b) other personal information collected to provide, or in providing a health service . ” A “health service” means: “(a) an activity performed in relation to an individual that is intended or claimed (expressly or otherwise) by the individual or the person performing it: (i) to assess, record, maintain or improve the individual’s health; or (ii) to diagnose the individual’s illness or disability; or (iii) to treat the individual’s illness or disability or suspected illness or disability; .
Independent of the approach emphasized, the focus is on the patient’s best interests. Patients’ prior instructions are central to the deliberations. What they said they would want and who they appointed as their agent are critical. Jonsen, Winslade, and Siegler (2006) have provided an excellent model for doing ethics. It focuses on the medical facts, the patient’s preferences, quality of life, and other relevant factors including social support system, culture, and financing. If outcome of the meeting does not resolve the dilemma, it is essential to follow up.
Sergeyev Department for Medical Law, The First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow, Russia Margaret M. Stark David Jenkins Professor of Forensic and Legal Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, London, UK Jeanette E. Stewart Department Neurology, Liverpool Hospital & St Vincent’s Clinic (NSW), Liverpool, Sydney, NSW, Australia Jane Taylor Department of Forensic Medicine, Glebe, Australia School of Health Sciences, The University of Newcastle, Health Precinct, Ourimbah, NSW, Australia Duarte Nuno Vieira National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal Stuart R.
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