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Approaching families for organ donation—intensivists' perspectivesMULLINS, G. C; SIMES, D; YUEN, K. J et al.Anaesthesia and intensive care. 2012, Vol 40, Num 6, pp 1035-1039, issn 0310-057X, 5 p.Article

Under what conditions would people be willing to make a living organ donation?SASTRE, Maria Teresa Muñoz; DE SOUSA, Sophie; BODI, Erika et al.Psychology, health & medicine. 2012, Vol 17, Num 3, pp 323-334, issn 1354-8506, 12 p.Article

Donation after cardiac death : a survey of university student opinions on death and donationJOFFE, Ari R; BYRNE, Roisin; ANTON, Natalie R et al.Intensive care medicine (Print). 2009, Vol 35, Num 2, pp 240-247, issn 0342-4642, 8 p.Article

From Altruistic Donation to Conditional Societal Organ Appropriation After DeathLAFAYE, Caroline Guibet; KREIS, Henri.Ethical theory and moral practice. 2013, Vol 16, Num 2, pp 355-368, issn 1386-2820, 14 p.Article

Organ Donation : Family Members NOT Honoring Patient WishesBRITTON CHRISTMAS, Ashley; BURRIS, Gary W; BOGART, Tyson A et al.The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2008, Vol 65, Num 5, pp 1095-1097, issn 1079-6061, 3 p.Conference Paper

The Dead Donor Rule: A DefenseBIRCH, Samuel C. M.The Journal of medicine and philosophy (Print). 2013, Vol 38, Num 4, pp 426-440, issn 0360-5310, 15 p.Article

Incentives for Organ Donation: Proposed Standards for an Internationally Acceptable SystemAmerican journal of transplantation (Print). 2012, Vol 12, Num 2, pp 306-312, issn 1600-6135, 7 p.Article

The default option: Why a system of presumed consent may be effective at increasing rates of organ donationROCKLOFF, Matthew; HANLEY, Christine.Psychology, health & medicine. 2014, Vol 19, Num 4-6, pp 580-585, issn 1354-8506, 6 p.Article

Presumed consent for organ donation: a clinically unnecessary and corrupting influence in medicine and politicsFABRE, John.Clinical medicine. 2014, Vol 14, Num 6, pp 567-571, issn 1470-2118, 5 p.Article

Living organ donation: Is there still place for altruism?SOTIROPOULOS, Georgios C; BROKALAKI, Eirini I.Hepato-gastroenterology. 2004, Vol 51, Num 55, pp 6-8, issn 0172-6390, 3 p.Article

THE COMPETENT NOVICE Organ donationFROST, Paul; LEADBEATTER, Stephen; WISE, Matthew P et al.BMJ (Overseas and retired doctors ed.). 2010, Vol 341, Num 7782, pp 1097-1101, issn 1759-2151, 5 p.Article

Eligibility for organ donation: a medico-legal perspective on defining and determining deathDOWNIE, Jocelyn; KUTCHER, Matthew; RAJOTTE, Chantelle et al.Canadian journal of anaesthesia. 2009, Vol 56, Num 11, pp 851-863, issn 0832-610X, 13 p.Article

Accusations of Illiteracy and the Medicine of the OrganCOHEN, Lawrence.Social research. 2011, Vol 78, Num 1, pp 123-142, issn 0037-783X, 20 p.Article

Do the myths still exist? Revisiting people's negative beliefs about organ donation upon deathHYDE, Melissa K; WIHARDJO, Kylie R; WHITE, Katherine M et al.Psychology, health & medicine. 2012, Vol 17, Num 5, pp 530-541, issn 1354-8506, 12 p.Article

Organ Donation and Time to Procurement: Late Is Not Too LateINABA, Kenji; BRANCO, Bernardino C; LAM, Lydia et al.The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2010, Vol 68, Num 6, pp 1362-1366, issn 1079-6061, 5 p.Conference Paper

Who signs an organ transplant donor card? A study of personality and individual differences in a sample of Israeli university studentsBESSER, Avi; AMIR, Marianne; BARKAN, Sharon et al.Personality and individual differences. 2004, Vol 36, Num 7, pp 1709-1723, issn 0191-8869, 15 p.Article

Understanding the antecedents of the acceptance of donation after cardiac death by healthcare professionalsD'ALESSANDRO, Anthony M; PELTIER, James W; PHELPS, Joseph E et al.Critical care medicine. 2008, Vol 36, Num 4, pp 1075-1082, issn 0090-3493, 8 p.Article

A checklist for streamlining organ donation after cardiac deathSIDIROPOULOS, S; MCEVOY, L; STEEL, S et al.Anaesthesia and intensive care. 2011, Vol 39, Num 3, pp 477-479, issn 0310-057X, 3 p.Article

Information needs, preferred educational messages and channel of delivery, and opinion on strategies to promote organ donation: a multicultural perspectiveWONG, L. P.Singapore medical journal. 2010, Vol 51, Num 10, pp 790-795, issn 0037-5675, 6 p.Article

U.S. Surgeon and Medical Student Attitudes Toward Organ DonationHOBEIKA, Mark J; SIMON, Ronald; MALIK, Rajesh et al.The Journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care. 2009, Vol 67, Num 2, pp 372-375, issn 1079-6061, 4 p.Article

A survey of the public attitudes towards organ donation in a Turkish community and of the changes that have taken place in the last 12 yearsBILGEL, Halil; SADIKOGLU, Ganime; GOKTAS, Olgun et al.Transplant international. 2004, Vol 17, Num 3, pp 126-130, issn 0934-0874, 5 p.Article

Liver transplantation: Issues for the next 20 yearsPERERA, M. Thamara Pr; MIRZA, Darius F; ELIAS, Elwyn et al.Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology. 2009, Vol 24, issn 0815-9319, S124-S131, SUP3Article

On the Impacts of Traditional Chinese Culture on Organ DonationYU CAI.The Journal of medicine and philosophy (Print). 2013, Vol 38, Num 2, pp 149-159, issn 0360-5310, 11 p.Article

Non-heartbeating organ donation: clinical process and fundamental issuesBELL, M. D. D.British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2005, Vol 94, Num 4, pp 474-478, issn 0007-0912, 5 p.Article

How to Increase Organ Donation: Does Opting Out Have a Role?RUDGE, Chris J; BUGGINS, Elisabeth.Transplantation. 2012, Vol 93, Num 2, pp 141-144, issn 0041-1337, 4 p.Article

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