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Ibogaine Patients’ Bill of Rights

  1. As a patient you have the right to understand and use these rights. If for any reason you do not understand your rights or you need help in understanding your rights, the Ibogaine provider must make assistance available, including an interpreter.
  2. As a patient you have the right to receive treatment with Ibogaine if the preconditions are met and to be informed of the dose and form of Ibogaine you will receive.
  3. As a patient you have the right to receive complete information about your diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
  4. As a patient you have the right to participate in all decisions about your treatment.
  5. As a patient you have the right to receive treatment without discrimination as to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.
  6. As a patient you have the right to receive considerate and respectful care in a clean and safe environment free of unnecessary restraint.
  7. As a patient you have the right to be informed of the name and position of the provider who will be in charge of your Ibogaine therapy
  8. As a patient you have the right to receive all the information that you need to give informed consent for any proposed procedure or treatment you will receive and about the possible risks and benefits of the proposed procedure or treatment.
  9. As a patient you have the right to refuse to take part in research, including a full explanation sufficient to help you decide whether or not to participate. 
  10. As a patient you have the right to refuse treatment and to be told what effect this may have on your health. 
  11. As a patient you have the right to be informed of alternate therapies. 
  12. As a patient you have the right to privacy while undergoing Ibogaine treatment and confidentiality of all information and records regarding your care.
  13. As a patient you have the right to review your treatment record without charge and obtain a copy of your treatment record for which your provider can charge a reasonable fee, with the understanding that you can not be denied a copy solely because you cannot afford to pay. 
  14. As a patient you have the right to complain without fear of reprisals about the care and services you are receiving, and to have the provider respond to you. 
  15. As a patient you have the right to file a Grievance Form and have a patient advocate intervene on your behalf.  

Ibogaine Patients’ Responsibilities

  1. Patients are responsible for honestly providing information about past illnesses, hospitalizations, medications, and other health-related matters.
  2. Patients are responsible for informing their treatment providers and other caregivers if they anticipate problems in following prescribed treatment.
  3. Patients must take responsibility for requesting additional information or clarification about their health status or treatment when they do not fully understand the current information or instructions.