Webinar: What if the Family Says "No!"?
Terry Rosell, PhD, DMin
Rosemary Flanigan Chair at the Center for Practical Bioethics
February 22, 2012
11 am Central Time
The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act, as adopted and revised, affirms personal autonomy of those who wish to donate organs or tissue after death. Not even next of kin are permitted to revoke such "first person" authorizations to donate.
Yet the traditional rights of family upon death of a loved one are weighty, especially in regard to deciding what happens to the body.
So what happens, or ought to happen, if the family says, "No!" to donation?
For more information and to register click here.
Link: The Ethics of First Person Consent, Terry Rosell, DMin, PhD and Rob Linderer, Midwest Transplant Network, The Bioethics Channel, May 6, 2011