Rhode Island General Laws Title 23. Health and Safety § 23-6.3-5. Reasonable efforts to secure consent

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No involuntary testing for HIV shall take place under any of the exceptions set forth in § 23-6.3-4 , unless reasonable efforts have been made to:  (1) Secure voluntary consent from the individual to be tested, or in the case of a minor patient, from the legal parent or guardian of the minor patient;  and (2) Provide verbal or written information as specified in subsection 23-6.3-3(h).

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