A patient diagnosed with schizophrenia is prescribed drug therapy and discharged. Two weeks later, the patient returns, having exhibited delusional behaviour, and admits to having decided not to take the prescribed medication. Under what circumstances, if any, can the medication be given without the patient’s consent? If the patient is deemed not to be competent, to what extent, if any, is the patient’s previous decision not to take the medication relevant?In your jurisdiction, does information access and privacy legislation or the common law protect a review of patient care done for quality improvement purposes? Identify relevant sources of law, and justify your opinion on how strong or weak the protection is. In particular, in your opinion, is it necessary to protect quality assurance information to ensure the full involvement of health professionals in the process? Explain your why or why not.In Canada, is the law settled as to who has the final say with respect to the treatment of incapacitated patients when the family and health care team disagree? Provide an example of a case where this issue was addressed by the courts in Canada. Whether or not the law is settled, in your opinion, who should have the final say, the family, the care team or the courts? Why and should there be exceptions? If a patient has a tumour surgically removed, can the excised tumour tissue be banked for future use and then used? Identify the legal issues with doing so and the relevant sources of law.

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