Organ Donation: A Cross-Sectional Survey of the Knowledge and Personal Views of Turkish Health Care Professionals
Transplantation Proceedings 2003 June; 35(4): 1273-1275
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Organ Donation: Cross-Sectional Survey of Knowledge and Personal Views of Brazilian Medical Students and Physicians Lima, C X; Lima, M V B; Cerqueira, R G; Cerqueira, T G; Ramos, T S; Nascimento, M; Andrade, C R M; Cunha, D G; Garcia, S L M (2010-06)To assess the knowledge, attitudes, and behavior associated with cadaver organ donation and transplantation among medical students and physicians.
Knowledge and Attitudes of High School Students Related to Organ Donation and Transplantation: A Cross-Sectional Survey in Turkey Tokalak, Ibrahim; Kut, Altug; Moray, Gokhan; Emiroglu, Remzi; Erdal, Rengin; Karakayali, Hamdi; Haberal, Mehmet (2006-12)
'Brain Death' and Organ Retrieval: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Knowledge and Concepts Among Health Professionals Youngner, Stuart J.; Landefeld, C. Seth; Coulton, Claudia J.; Juknialis, Barbara W.; Leary, Mark (1989-04-21)The authors surveyed 195 physicians and nurses likely to be involved in organ procurement for transplantation to determine knowledge, personal concepts, and attitudes concerning brain death and organ donation. Thirty-five ...