Attitude of Patients, the Public, Doctors, and Nurses Toward Organ Donation
Transplantation Proceedings 2003 February; 35(1): 18
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Attitude of Kidney Patients on the Transplant Waiting List Toward Related-Living Donation. a Reason for the Scarce Development of Living Donation in Spain Martínez-Alarcón, L.; Ríos, A.; Conesa, C.; Alcaraz, J.; González, M.J.; Ramírez, P.; Parrilla, P. (2006-11)
Ríos, A; Martínez-Alarcón, L; Sánchez, J; Jarvis, N; Parrilla, P; Ramírez, P (2010-05)Spain is frequently a place of residence for a high percentage of the German population. Our aim is to analyze the attitude of the German population that is resident in Spain toward organ donation.
Ríos, A; Martínez-Alarcón, L; Sánchez, J; López-Navas, A; Ramis, G; Ramírez, P; Parrilla, P (2010-10)The increase in the British population, including Welsh citizens, in the south-east of Spain is generating a new social and healthcare reality that is affecting the world of transplantation.