LLOYD W. GRIFFIN

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This article describes a qualitative study which explored the factors that influence relatives' decisions about donating kidneys for transplantation within a specific minority culture, i.e., African-American, in the United States. The researchers interviewed caregiving relatives of End Stage Renal Disease patients to learn their ideas and feelings about(More)
The decision making process undertaken by a sibling who chooses not to donate a kidney to a brother or sister who needs a transplant is the subject of this article. Presented from the perspective of the potential donor client, the paper focuses on the moral and ethical concerns indicated when there are two equal but competing rights involved in the(More)
A recent questionnaire on instruction of graduate students in the use of the university library~ submitted to twenty-three large university libraries (and returned by twenty), brings up to date a similar survey reported in CRL in 1958. The problem appears perennial and as yet unsolved, though libraries are giving orientation lectures and tours, providing(More)
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