Our Bodies, Our Families: The Family's Role in Organ Donation
Dougherty, Charles J.
Second Opinion. 1993 Oct; 19(2): 59-67.
Advance Directives; Autonomy; Cadavers; Consent; Decision Making; Family Members; Family Relationship; Informed Consent; Legal Aspects; Moral Policy; Organ Donation; Personhood; Presumed Consent; Property Rights; Public Policy; Property; Required Request; Rights; Scarcity; Third Party Consent; Tissue Donation;
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Dougherty, Charles J. (1993-10)
Options for Increasing Organ Donation: The Potential Role of Financial Incentives, Standardized Hospital Procedures, and Public Education to Promote Family Discussion DeJong, William; Drachman, Jessica; Gortmaker, Steven L.; Beasley, Carol; Evanisko, Michael J. (1995)The idea that financial incentives or any other type of policy "quick fix" can bring the organ shortage to an end is alluring, but in the end the organ transplantation community is left with a lot of hard work to do. ...
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