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Students' attitudes to and understanding of informed consent standards for involvement in patient care

As part of their medical education, Trainee Interns (sixth-year medical students) undertake a research project in the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine to extend their knowledge of research methods, and to develop strategies to avoid or ameliorate problems in the delivery of health care.

Research questions may come from clinicians, community organisations, or university staff and allow students to resolve real-world problems.

The aim of this research project was to assess student attitudes to and understanding of informed consent standards for student involvement in care. It is hoped that the findings will help determine how well students understand the standards relating to consent to their involvement in care, the extent to which standards are being upheld, and of the challenges or barriers that exist to this happening.

During this seminar, the findings of this project will be presented. The presentation will be both in person and online. All welcome.

Presenters include:

  • Tai Akuhata
  • Estelle Arundell
  • Jess Bruce
  • Shannon Chalmers
  • Dipanwita Das
  • Mirhan Donovan
  • Liz Flavall
  • Ricco Guo
  • Tyler Wallace
  • Henry Ward

Streaming details:
Meeting ID: 957 4323 4796
Password: ti2023

Date Thursday, 12 January 2023
Time 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Audience Public,Undergraduate students,Postgraduate students,Staff,Alumni,Allied health professionals
Event Category Health Sciences
Event Type Lecture
Online and in-person
DepartmentPreventive and Social Medicine (Dunedin)
LocationRoom 033/036, Adams Building, 18 Frederick Street, Dunedin
Contact NameDepartment of Preventive and Social Medicine
Contact Phone+64 3 479 7205

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