Evaluation of the Law of Presumed Consent After Brain Death by Spanish Journalism Students
Transplantation proceedings 2010 Oct; 42(8): 3109-12
Information provided by journalists is crucial to create a climate of social opinion. This is important in organ donation and transplantation (ODT), wherein the participation of the general public is essential to obtain organs.
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Knowledge of the Concept of Brain Death in the British and Irish Population Resident in Southeast Spain Ríos, A; Martínez-Alarcón, L; López-Navas, A; Sánchez, J; Guzmán, D; Febrero, B; Ramis, G; Ramírez, P; Parrilla, P (2011-04)The concept of brain death (BD) is not well understood among the general public, rendering it one of the main psychosocial barriers to favorable attitudes toward donation. Individuals from the British Isles are among the ...
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.
Martínez-Alarcón, L; Ríos, A; Sánchez, J; Guzmán, D; López-Navas, A; Ramis, G; Febrero, B; Ramírez, P; Parrilla, P (2011-01)The information provided by future journalists is fundamental for promoting healthcare and their attitude toward organ donation and transplantation (ODT) could affect public opinion. The objective of this study was to ...