Children's opinions about organ donation: a first step to assent?

@article{Siebelink2012ChildrensOA,
  title={Children's opinions about organ donation: a first step to assent?},
  author={Marion J. Siebelink and Erwin Geerts and Marcel J. I. J. Albers and P F Petrie Roodbol and Harry B. M. Van de Wiel},
  journal={European journal of public health},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={
          529-33
        }
}
BACKGROUND Parents have to decide about organ donation after the death of their child. Although most parents probably would like to respect their child's intentions, parents often are not aware of their child's wishes. This requires insight into children's opinions about donation. METHODS An internet survey that investigated whether Dutch children in the age range of 12 through 15 years had heard about organ donation, what their opinions were on donation and whether the topic had been… CONTINUE READING

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