- Understand Truog's argument that the scientific evidence does not support the view that brain-dead donors are dead at the time they are declared dead for organ donation
- understand the Dead-Donor Rule (DDR) and its implications for procurement of organs from patients diagnosed as brain dead
- express an opinion about what we should do about this challenging problem: should we muddle forward despite the inconsistencies or consider alternatives to the DDR?
Wednesday, April 6, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Robert D. Truog, MD
Chicago, IL 60637
- 1.00 Participation