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1. Who can act as a personal representative of an adult under Oklahoma law?

The following can act as a personal representative of an adult:

1. a person with a durable power of attorney for health care;

2. an adult appointed by a patient as their health care proxy; or

3. a court-appointed guardian.

For research participation, there is one more option. Oklahoma Statute, 63 Okla. Stat 3102A, provides that a legal guardian, attorney-in-fact, and certain enumerated family members can consent to a patient's participation in a research study being conducted by a University faculty member if the study has received IRB approval.

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