Communicating Effectively about Organ Donation: A Randomized Trial of a Behavioral Communication Intervention to Improve Discussions about Donation.

@article{Siminoff2015CommunicatingEA,
  title={Communicating Effectively about Organ Donation: A Randomized Trial of a Behavioral Communication Intervention to Improve Discussions about Donation.},
  author={Laura A. Siminoff and Heather M. Traino and Maureen Wilson Genderson},
  journal={Transplantation direct},
  year={2015},
  volume={1 2}
}
BACKGROUND Families' refusal to authorize solid organ donation contributes to the organ deficit in the United States. The importance of communication to reducing refusal to requests for solid organ donation at the bedside and thus increasing the supply of transplantable organs cannot be overstated. This research compares two versions of an innovative communication skills training program for Organ Procurement Organization (OPO) request staff, Communicating Effectively About Donation (CEaD… CONTINUE READING

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