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How aware are you of your patients’ religious concerns over organ donations?
 

How aware are you of your patients’ religious concerns over organ donations?

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The World Health Organisation recognises the shortage of human organs as one of the most pressing medical issues of our time. The Human Organ Transplant Act in place in Singapore allows for automatic organ donations upon an individual’s demise. Nonetheless, this is viewed varyingly by many patients, and often heavily depends on their socio-cultural and religious backgrounds.
 
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Priscilla Mae Gobuyan what makes you satisfied when you are alive or after death more than saving someone life.
Islamic countries should be awared that Islam encourages organ donation a...
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thanking you for posting a useful article about people views on organ donation. In, India some people prefer organ donation and some are not. Kidney and heart are major organ donations that I have seen here. Organ donors considered as more humanity p...
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Generally, the mutilation of a dead body is prohibited in Islam, but organ donation is surely permissible as an exception to save another life where it is an absolute necessity. What makes the regulations vary from Islamic country to another is simpl...
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There are multiple reasons for human organ’s shortage in the world as World Health Organization has also taken the notice that the shortage of human organs as one of the most pressing medical issues of our time. Although the Human Organ Transplant Ac...
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Great article that you shared here, Priscilla Mae Gobuyan. One of the most important demographic data to obtain from patients is religion because restrictions from patient's faith must ...
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Just a comment on what was mentioned in the article, in the Roman Catholic tradition, organ donation is also acceptable for living donors as long as there is no anticipated financial gain, and the intent is purely to help others. Of course, this form...
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Culture, race, belief and religion may greatly affect ones perception regarding organ donation. For us Christians, we don't have any certain rule governed by our religion whether to donate an organ or not. One has the right to allow the removal o...
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