Asylum Seekers and Informed Consent — European Perspective

in European Journal of Health Law
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Abstract

For centuries, people of various nationalities from various States have sought asylum for varied reasons. These people seeking asylum can need medical care in the host country. In this article I would like to discuss to what extent informed consent is needed, and to what extent informed consent must be sought. The problem is discussed from the perspective of European international documents, mainly on those of the Council of Europe.

Asylum Seekers and Informed Consent — European Perspective

in European Journal of Health Law

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