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ETHICAL ISSUES IN ORGAN & TISSUE DONATIONS

ETHICAL ISSUES IN ORGAN & TISSUE DONATIONS

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ETHICAL ISSUES IN ORGAN & TISSUE DONATIONS

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  1. ETHICAL ISSUES IN ORGAN & TISSUE DONATIONS Rels 300 / Nurs 330 – April 2014

  2. ISSUE # 1: INCENTIVES FOR DONORSPeople should be encouraged to donate full organs, or segments of organs, or bodily tissues with some form of incentive, compensation or recognition.Do you think such a system should be promoted? 300/330 - appleby

  3. ISSUE # 1: INCENTIVES FOR DONORSPeople should be encouraged to donate full organs, or segments of organs, or bodily tissues with some form of incentive, compensation or recognition.Do you think such a system should be promoted? 300/330 - appleby

  4. ISSUE # 2: CONSENTAlthough many people believe in the benefits of organ transplantation, this does not automatically translate into documenting their wishes to become organ or tissue donors.What forms of consent might be both respectful of donors? 300/330 - appleby

  5. ISSUE # 2: CONSENTAlthough many people believe in the benefits of organ transplantation, this does not automatically translate into documenting their wishes to become organ or tissue donors.What forms of consent might be both respectful of donors? 300/330 - appleby

  6. ISSUE # 3: INTERNATIONAL ORGAN TRAFFICKINGWHO bulletin: “the international trade in human organs is on the increase fuelled by growing demand as well as unscrupulous traffickers.” Ethicist Michael Kinsley says that we live in a capitalist society where commercial transactions are a way of life (see p.255).Should regulated international transactions in human organs and tissues be permissible? 300/330 - appleby

  7. ISSUE # 3: INTERNATIONAL ORGAN TRAFFICKINGWHO bulletin: “the international trade in human organs is on the increase fuelled by growing demand as well as unscrupulous traffickers.” Ethicist Michael Kinsley says that we live in a capitalist society where commercial transactions are a way of life (see p.255).Should regulated international transactions in human organs and tissues be permissible? 300/330 - appleby

  8. ISSUE # 5: DONATIONS FROM LIVING DONORS In order to increase supplies of blood, bone marrow and kidneys, some form of “benefit sharing” could be introduced. Would you agree with these forms of “benefit sharing”? 300/330 - appleby

  9. ISSUE # 5: DONATIONS FROM LIVING DONORS In order to increase supplies of blood, bone marrow and kidneys, some form of “benefit sharing” could be introduced. Would you agree with these forms of “benefit sharing”? 300/330 - appleby

  10. ISSUE # 4: DONATIONS FROM PEOPLE WHO KNOW THEY ARE DYING If persons know they are dying, and that they will die in the near future due to their disease process or withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment, should they be able to consent to a dying process that will maximize their capacity to be donors? How might this be done in a manner that is respectful to dying persons and respects their wishes to be donors? 300/330 - appleby

  11. ISSUE # 4: DONATIONS FROM PEOPLE WHO KNOW THEY ARE DYING If persons know they are dying, and that they will die in the near future due to their disease process or withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment, should they be able to consent to a dying process that will maximize their capacity to be donors? How might this be done in a manner that is respectful to dying persons and respects their wishes to be donors? 300/330 - appleby