Missed opportunities: saving lives through organ donation following voluntary assisted dying

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Abstract

Organ donation after voluntary assisted dying (VAD) in Australia may potentially increase organ transplant rates. Despite significant international experience with donation after VAD, there has been little discussion of this in Australia. We review potential ethical and practical concerns relating to donation after VAD and advocate action to establish programmes in Australia that ensure safe, ethical and effective donation after VAD.

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Ray, R., & Martin, D. (2023). Missed opportunities: saving lives through organ donation following voluntary assisted dying. Internal Medicine Journal, 53(5), 861–865. https://doi.org/10.1111/imj.16085

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