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Gender differences in family communication about organ donation
Unformatted Document Text:  33 REFERENCES Backer, H. (1999). Prostate cancer screening: Exploring the debate. The Permanente Journal, 3(3). [Online: http://www.kaiserpermanente.org/medicine permjournal/fall99pj/frprostate.html ]. Accessed 10-23-02. Belk, R.W., & Austin, M.C. (1986). Organ donation willingness as a function of extended self and materialism. In M. Venkatesan & W. Lancater (Eds.), Advances in health care research (pp. 84-88). Silver Spring, MD: American Association for Advances in Health Care Research. Blok, G.A., van Dalen, J., Jager, K.J., Ryan, M. Wijnen, Wight, C., Morton, J.M., Morley, M., & Cohen, B. (1999). The European Donor Hospital Education Programme (EDHEP): Addressing the training needs of doctors and nurses who break bad news, care for the bereaved, and request donation. Transplant International, 12, 161-167. Boulware, L.E., Ratner, L.E., Cooper, L.A., Sosa, J.A., LaVeist, T.A., & Powe, N.B. (2002). Understanding disparities in donor behavior: Race and gender differences in willingness to donate blood and cadaveric organs. Medical Care, 40(2), 85-95. Burroughs, T., Hong, B., Kappel, D., & Freedman, B. (1998). The stability of family decisions to consent or refuse organ donation: Would you do it again? Psychosomatic Medicine, 60, 156-162. Callender, C.O. (1987). Organ donation in the Black population: Where do we go from here? Transplantation Procedures, 19, 36-40.

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REFERENCES
Backer, H. (1999). Prostate cancer screening: Exploring the debate. The
Permanente Journal, 3(3). [Online:
http://www.kaiserpermanente.org/medicine
permjournal/fall99pj/frprostate.html
]. Accessed 10-23-02.
Belk, R.W., & Austin, M.C. (1986). Organ donation willingness as a function of
extended self and materialism. In M. Venkatesan & W. Lancater (Eds.), Advances in
health care research (pp. 84-88). Silver Spring, MD: American Association for
Advances in Health Care Research.
Blok, G.A., van Dalen, J., Jager, K.J., Ryan, M. Wijnen, Wight, C., Morton, J.M.,
Morley, M., & Cohen, B. (1999). The European Donor Hospital Education Programme
(EDHEP): Addressing the training needs of doctors and nurses who break bad news, care
for the bereaved, and request donation. Transplant International, 12, 161-167.
Boulware, L.E., Ratner, L.E., Cooper, L.A., Sosa, J.A., LaVeist, T.A., & Powe,
N.B. (2002). Understanding disparities in donor behavior: Race and gender differences
in willingness to donate blood and cadaveric organs. Medical Care, 40(2), 85-95.
Burroughs, T., Hong, B., Kappel, D., & Freedman, B. (1998). The stability of
family decisions to consent or refuse organ donation: Would you do it again?
Psychosomatic Medicine, 60, 156-162.
Callender, C.O. (1987). Organ donation in the Black population: Where do we
go from here? Transplantation Procedures, 19, 36-40.


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