Welsh Citizens in South-Eastern Spain: A Study of Attitude Toward Organ Donation
Transplantation proceedings 2010 Oct; 42(8): 3116-9
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.
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Ríos, A; López-Navas, A; Ayala-García, M A; Sebastián, M J; Abdo-Cuza, A; Martínez-Alarcón, L; González, B; Ramírez, E J; Muñoz, G; Camacho, A; Suárez-López, J; Castellanos, R; Rodríguez, J S; Martínez, M A; Nieto, A; Ramis, G; Ramírez, P; Parrilla, P (2010-10)Transplantation hospitals have played a key role in developing deceased organ donation and transplantation (ODT). To reduce the number of deaths on the transplant waiting list, it is essential to encourage living liver ...
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 ...
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.