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Patients have the right to make medical and legal decisions for themselves, provided they are of legal age and are of sound mind, i.e., they have legal capacity, and they are giving informed consent. But what constitutes informed consent? When a patient’s capacity or mental acuity declines because of age, mental infirmity, or a critical illness, doctors may look to others to make medical and financial decisions for the patient. Sometimes they rely on a designated agent or family member, even when a patient is able to consent to treatment. When must the healthcare team rely solely on the patient? When may it rely on another to make healthcare or other decisions? When may the healthcare team or a medical proxy terminate care or treatment? Can you ask your doctor to help end your life if you have a terminal illness?
Instructor: Vicki Gotkin
Vicki Gotkin graduated cum laude from both ASU’s College of Law and the UA’s Eller College of Management. She practiced law from 1981-2018. Her legal career included private practice, being ethics counsel to the Arizona State Bar, an Assistant Attorney General, and Senior Associate General Counsel at the U of A. Currently, she volunteers at the State’s vaccination POD, and at the Pima County Attorney Office’s fraud unit. She has been a Reading Seed coach, an SGL for OLLI, has served on the Boards of NAMI and Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona and delivered meals for MMSA before COVID-19.
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