Insight in Information Provision Prior to Obtaining Surgical Informed Consent-by Audiotaping Outpatient Consultations.

Abstract:

BACKGROUND:Literature suggests that patient-informing process prior to obtaining surgical informed consent (SIC) does not function well. This study aimed to provide insight into the current practice of SIC in the Netherlands. METHODS:This is a prospective, observational, and multicenter study, conducted in one academic and two non-academic teaching hospitals in the Netherlands. Audio recordings were made during outpatient consultations with patients presenting with Dupuytren Disease. The recorded informing process was scored according to a checklist. Written documentation of the SIC process in the patient's chart was compared to these scored checklists. Time spent on SIC during the consultations was also recorded. RESULTS:A total of 41 outpatient consultations were included in the study. Consultations were conducted by 25 plastic surgeons and their residents. Average time spent on SIC was 55.6% of the total consultation time. Considerable variation was observed concerning the amount and type of information given and discussed. In 59% of the consultations, discrepancies were observed between written documentation of consultations and audio recordings. Information on treatment risks, the postoperative period, and the operating surgeon was addressed the least. CONCLUSION:Despite a relatively large part of the consultation time being spent on SIC, patients received scarce information concerning treatment risks, postoperative period, and who their operating surgeon would be. Discrepancies were observed between the written documentation of SIC and information recorded on the audio recordings. This occurred predominantly in one hospital that used a pre-made list of 'discussed information' in its digital patient chart.

journal_name

World J Surg

journal_title

World journal of surgery

authors

Burger BB,Veerman MM,Tellier MA,Leclercq WKG,Mouës-Vink CM,Werker PMN

doi

10.1007/s00268-018-4804-6

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2019-02-01 00:00:00

pages

425-430

issue

2

eissn

0364-2313

issn

1432-2323

pii

10.1007/s00268-018-4804-6

journal_volume

43

pub_type

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