A. The content of the information should include the following:
- Provisions of the Charter of Patients' Rights at the time of admission
- Predictable criteria and costs of the hospital, including medical and non-medical services, and insurance criteria and introduction of support systems at the time of admission
- Name, responsibility and professional rank of the members of the medical team responsible for providing care, including doctors, nurses and students, and their professional relationship with each other
- Diagnostic and therapeutic methods and strengths and weaknesses of each method and its possible complications, diagnosis, prognosis and its complications, as well as all the information influencing the patient decision-making process.
- How to access the treating physician and the main members of the medical team during
- All actions that have a research nature
- Provide the necessary training to continue treatment
B. How the information is provided should be as follows:
1. Information should be provided at the appropriate time and in accordance with the patient's condition, including anxiety and pain, and his or her personal characteristics, including language, education, and comprehension, unless:
* Delay in starting treatment by providing the above information may cause harm to the patient; (In this case, the transfer of information after the necessary action, should be done at the first appropriate time
* The patient, despite being aware of the right to receive information, should refuse to do so, in which case the patient's wishes should be respected, unless the patient's lack of information puts him or her or others at serious risk.
2. The patient can access all the information recorded in his / her clinical file and receive a picture of it and request the correction of the errors contained in it.