7th July 2017, Volume 130 Number 1458

Rhonda M Shaw

In the media and in educational material promoting organ donation we are constantly told that “organs are in short supply”, and that there is an urgent need to address the…

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Rhonda Shaw, School of Social & Cultural Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.

Correspondence

Dr Rhonda Shaw, School of Social & Cultural Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.

Correspondence Email

rhonda.shaw@vuw.ac.nz

Competing Interests

Nil.

References

  1. Marck CH, Neate SL, Weiland TJ, Hickey BB, Jelinek GA. Donation after cardiac death: are Australian emergency clinicians supportive? Internal Medicine Journal. 2013; 43:816–819.
  2. Kirby J. Organ donation after assisted death: Is it more or less ethically problematic than donation after circulatory death? Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 2016; 19:629–635. 

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