Donor and Nondonor Families' Accounts of Communication and Relations With Healthcare Professionals
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DeJong, William; Franz, Holly G.; Wolfe, Susan M.; Nathan, Howard; Payne, Denise; Reitsma, William; Beasley, Carol (1998-01)BACKGROUND: Approximately half of the families asked to consider donation of a relative's organs decline to give consent. Understanding the difference between stated public support of organ donation and actual behavior is ...
DeJong, William; Franz, Holly G.; Wolfe, Susan M.; Nathan, Howard; Payne, Denise; Reitsma, William; Beasley, Carol (1998-01)
Perceived Support Among Families Deciding About Organ Donation for Their Loved Ones: Donor vs Nondonor Next of Kin Jacoby, Liva; Jaccard, James (2010-09)Families' experiences in the hospital influence their decisions about donating organs of brain-dead relatives. Meeting families' support needs during this traumatic time is an obligation and a challenge for critical care staff.