Informed consent is important, as while asking for the client’s consent, information is provided to the client about various factors such as benefits and the risk or the alternative method for treatment. This information can help the client to make proper decision and this decision can be voluntarily participating in the treatment process or to decline to participate in the process of treatment. The information is must be explained to the client so that appropriate decisions could be taken by analysing the whole information (Wear, 2012). As if the client analyse the information as risk in the process, then he or she can decline or may choose another treatment process. The importance of informed consent is vital in context to both social and medical as when the client is informed and asked for the consent, then it supports the right of the individual and importance of the informed consent. In regards to medical context, it can be analysed as when the information about the risk is provided to the client, and the client approves or gives the consent for the process or in case if any mishap occurs while the treatment or research process the doctor could be saved from being accused for the mishap. Importance of informed consent can be known through various aspects. For example, it protects the rights of the individuals, prevents abusive conduct and autonomy, establishes trust, self-ownership, raises personal integrity and non-domination.