Sep 6 from 17:30 to 19:00
Room: Room 3
Oral Abstract Session: Bioethics and Legal Aspects - Part 1

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Chairs
Mone, Thomas
Chief Executive Officer, OneLegacy — Los Angeles, United States
Martin, Dominique
Senior Lecturer in Health Ethics and Professionalism, Deakin University — Geelong, Australia
Presentations
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With renewed calls for presumed consent, let's look at the donation and transplant rates of opt-in vs opt-out countries
Mone, Thomas
Chief Executive Officer, OneLegacy — Los Angeles, United States
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Managing suspected cases of organ trafficking or transplant “tourism” – a source of ethical concern for transplant professionals worldwide
Martin, Dominique
Senior Lecturer in Health Ethics and Professionalism, Deakin University — Geelong, Australia
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Banking on living kidney donors – a new way to provide and preserve opportunities for donation
Martin, Dominique
Senior Lecturer in Health Ethics and Professionalism, Deakin University — Geelong, Australia
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Honoring donor designation in brain dead organ donors
Larson, Susan
Director, LifeSource — Minneapolis, United States
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Human organ trafficking: a study of change in the Egyptian kidney market 2008-2016
Fraser, Campbell
Senior Lecturer, Griffith University — Nathan, Australia
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Organ donation and medical assistance in dying in Canada
Gruben, Vanessa
Associate Professor, University of Ottawa — Ottawa, Canada
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Judicial authorization for organ donation (abstract 255.1 in Tx Journal)
Tornone, Stephen
Associate General Counsel, Gift of Life Donor Program — Philadelphia, United States
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