Organ Donor Registration Preferences Among Hispanic Populations: Which Modes of Registration Have the Greatest Promise?
Siegel, Jason T.
Alvaro, Eusebio M.
Jones, Sara Pace
Health Education and Behavior 2005 April; 32(2): 242-252
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Siegel, Jason T; Alvaro, Eusebio M; Crano, William D; Gonzalez, Amelia V; Tang, Julia C; Jones, Sara P (2010-03)When it comes to organ donation, the majority of American non-donors are passive-positives - they support organ donation but have yet to register as donors. A quasi-experimental, four-city, pretest/posttest study was ...
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