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Knowledge and attitudes of nurses on a regional neurological intensive therapy unit towards brain stem death and organ donation



Knowledge and attitudes of nurses on a regional neurological intensive therapy unit towards brain stem death and organ donation



Nursing in Critical Care 2(2): 64-71



The study aimed to explore nurses knowledge and attitudes towards brain stem death and organ donation. An ex post facto research design was used to determine relationships between variables. A 16 item questionnaire was used to collect data. Statistical analysis revealed one significant result. The limitations of the sample size is acknowledged and the conclusion suggests a larger study is required.

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