Attitudes about organ transplantation reflected different conceptions of the body.

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Main findings 44 respondents had positive attitudes about organ donation, 21 had negative attitudes, and 4 were undecided. 53 respondents had positive attitudes about receipt of organs, 5 had negative attitudes, and 11 were undecided. Respondents seemed to fit into one of 7 typical attitude patterns regarding willingness to receive and donate organs. The… (More)

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@article{Winsett2002AttitudesAO, title={Attitudes about organ transplantation reflected different conceptions of the body.}, author={Rebecca P Winsett}, journal={Evidence-based nursing}, year={2002}, volume={5 1}, pages={31} }