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|Saturday||29 April 2017||1530 to 1830hrs||ConceptClass||Decision Making: Session 1|
|Sunday||7 May 2017||0930 to 1230hrs||ConceptClass||Abstract Reasoning: Session 1|
|Saturday||13 May 2017||1300 to 1500hrs||AdvancedClass||Quantitative Reasoning: All topics|
|Saturday||13 May 2017||1530 to 1830hrs||ConceptClass||Verbal Reasoning: Session 2|
|Sunday||21 May 2017||0930 to 1230hrs||ConceptClass||Quantitative Reasoning: Session 2|
|Sunday||21 May 2017||1300 to 1500hrs||AdvancedClass||Verbal Reasoning: All topics|
|Saturday||27 May 2017||1300 to 1500hrs||AdvancedClass||Abstract Reasoning: All topics|
|Saturday||27 May 2017||1530 to 1830hrs||ConceptClass||Situational Judgment: Session 1|
|Sunday||04 June 2017||0930 to 1230hrs||ConceptClass||Abstract Reasoning: Session 2|
|Sunday||04 June 2017||1300 to 1500hrs||AdvancedClass||Decision Making: All topics|
You are a medical student interviewing a patient, when she discloses that she drinks two bottles of wine a day. She tells you not to tell the consultant, but you remember that alcohol can interact with the medication she is taking. You mention this to her, but she insists that you keep quiet about her drinking.
How important to take into account are the following considerations for you when deciding how to respond to the situation?
The patient’s right to confidentiality.
A. Very important
C. Of minor importance
D. Not important at all
Target: 45 seconds