|List of contributors||ix|
|1||Human dissection and organ transplantation in historical context Ruth Richardson||4|
|2||Contemporary views of bereavement and the experience of grief Sheila Payne||21|
|3||Gift of life or sacrifice? Key discourses for understanding decision-making by families of organ donors Magi Sque, Sheila Payne and Jill Macleod Clark||40|
|4||A dissonant loss: the bereavement of organ donor families Magi Sque||59|
|5||Supporting families' decision-making about organ donation Tracy Long||82|
|6||Tissue donation and the attitudes of health care professionals Bridie Kent||102|
|7||Facilitating the donation discussion beyond intensive care: lessons from specialist palliative care Joanne Wells, Delyth Hughes and Parul Mistry||122|
|8||Decisions about living kidney donation: a family and professional perspective Patricia M. Franklin and Alison K. Crombie||138|
|9||Xenotransplantation and the post-human future Mary Murray||152|
|10||Closing thoughts and the future Magi Sque and Sheila Payne||169|
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Publication information: Book title: Organ and Tissue Donation: An Evidence Base for Practice. Contributors: Magi Sque - Editor, Sheila Payne - Editor. Publisher: Open University Press. Place of publication: Maidenhead, England. Publication year: 2007. Page number: v.
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