Organ and Tissue Donation: An Evidence Base for Practice

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Index
Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard Medical School 84, 122, 134
American Association of Tissue Banks 172 see also tissue
Anatomy Act 14–7,
burkophopia speeding up passage of 16
failing in objective 19
opt out clauses 16
rationale behind 15
animals
use of in medical experimentation 164 see also vivisection
xenotransplantation
artificial organs transplantation of 171
bereavement 59–78 see also death; dissonant loss theory; donation; organ donor families
challenges of 21
conceptual models
inter-personal 28–30
coping 28–9
emotion-focused 28
grief-focused 29
problem-focused 28
restoration focused 29
evaluation of 29–30
implications of 30
interactional see inter-personal
intra-psychic 22–9
attachment theory 24–6
evaluation of 26–7
Freudian theory 23–4
grief work 23–4, 26
implications of 28
stage/phase 27, 34
social 30–4
challenge to concept of letting go 32–3
context necessary to understanding 31
evaluation of 33–4
family structures 31–2
implications of 33–4
process of change 30–1
discourses of 23–34
conceptual models of
interventions 34–6
assumptions underpinning 34
effectiveness of 35–6
proposed framework for 35
tasks of mourning 26
organ donor families
categories of 60–2
dissonant loss theory 60–7
development of 63
donation experiences
behaviours within 62–3
coping 73–5
deciding 68–9
donation decisions 69–70
parting 70–3
realization 67
experiences 60–3
need to understand specific contexts 59
blood transfusion services
development of 17 see also voluntary donation
body parts
illegal trade in 172
bodysnatching 4 see also dissection
body parts as commodity 10
history of anatomy connection between 8–11
resurrectionists 9–10
traditional death culture, negating 10
braindeath
Harvard criteria of see brainstem death
brainstem death
cadaveric organ donation
brainstem death testing
preferred term being 97
prerequisite for 82

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