Financial Incentives for Organ Procurement: Ethical Aspects of Future Contracts for Cadaveric Donors
Archives of Internal Medicine. 1995 Mar 27; 155(6): 581-589.
Resolution 6, introduced at the 1993 Annual Meeting by the Medical Schools Section and referred to the Board of Trustees, called on the American Medical Association to review various options to enhance the availability of transplantable organs. The Council responds with this report and with a companion report on mandated choice and presumed consent for organ donation.
Altruism; Autonomy; Body Parts and Fluids; Cadavers; Commodification; Contracts; Consent; Decision Making; Donor Cards; Donors; Data Banks; Guidelines; Incentives; Indigents; Justice; Medical Schools; Motivation; Organ Donation; Organ Donors; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Organ Procurement; Physicians; Policy Analysis; Presumed Consent; Professional Organizations; Property Rights; Public Policy; Property; Registries; Remuneration; Required Request; Review; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Scarcity; Schools; Suicide; Tissue Donation;
American Medical Association. Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs
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