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1 Credit CME

Ethics Issues in Organ Donation: The Code of Medical Ethics

AMA November 22, 2017
This enduring e-learning module incorporates animation, infographics, and scenario-based learning to help physicians identify proposed methods aimed at increasing the supply of organs available for transplantation, describe key ethical principles for organ donation and transplantation systems, and apply these principles to models for organ donation. Physicians will find that this engaging module explains how balancing issues such as informed consent, voluntariness, and conflict of interest is a necessary and complex rubric for creating viable methods of increasing organ donors.

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