IHCM believes in healthcare informed consent. Everyone should have the right to make an informed decision of what they put in their bodies. No one should be forced to take a particular medicine, or participate in vaccinations without being fully informed about the possible consequences.

The Principles of Informed Consent


You must have the capacity (or ability) to make the decision.

The medical provider must disclose information on the treatment, test or procedure in question, including the expected benefits and risks, any alternatives and the likelihood (or probability) that the benefits and risks will occur.

You must comprehend the relevant information.

You must voluntarily grant consent, without coercion or duress.

Informed consent is a process that is required for most medical procedures. However, there’s often confusion about what informed consent is, what it means and when it’s needed. In a healthcare setting, informed consent allows you to participate in your own medical care. It enables you to decide which treatments you do or do not want to receive.

Also, informed consent allows you to make decisions with your healthcare provider. This collaborative decision-making process is an ethical and legal obligation of healthcare providers.

What types of procedures need informed consent?

The following scenarios require informed consent:


blood transfusions




some advanced medical tests, like a biopsy


blood tests, like HIV testing

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Regarding Covid 19, each person or family must make a prudent decision with an informed conscience and do what is best for you, your family and your community


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