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Handling Unsolicited Findings in Clinical Care: A Legal Perspective

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In this article, the phenomenon of unsolicited findings will be explored in the context of European and Dutch legal standards. It focuses on the responsibilities of care providers, and the rights of patients’ when unsolicited findings are discovered during regular diagnostics. On the basis of the latter, I will suggest some guidelines for the handling of unsolicited findings in clinical care; in doing so, some attention will be paid to the research context.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Health Law, Academic Medical Center, University of AmsterdamAmsterdamThe Netherlands

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2014-10-27
2017-11-20

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