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A Guide for Health and Social care professionals

If your work involves treating or caring for people, you must make sure you have that person's consent to do what you propose to do. This respect for people's rights to determine what happens to their own bodies is a fundamental part of good practice. It is also a legal requirement. This booklet provides a brief guide to some of the common issues regarding consent that may arise in practice.