عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
Knowledge of Law Students on the Problems of Modern Transplantology Is Good but It Can Always Be Better
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
دانش دانشجویان حقوق در مورد مشکلات پیوند شناسی مدرن خوب است اما همیشه می تواند بهتر باشد
Sciencedirect - Elsevier - Transplantation Proceedings, Corrected proof: doi:10:1016/j:transproceed:2020:01:121
Paulina Mąkosaa, Aleksandra Olszynskaa, Ewa Guzik-Makarukb, Emil Plywaczewskib, and Jolanta Małyszkoa,*
The progress of transplantation in Poland is influenced not only by medical staff, but also
by the legislative organ, which approves amendments to the Act of the Collection, Storage
and Transplantation of Cells, Tissues and Organs. This is why young lawyers should be
aware of the scale of the problem and have current statistics on transplant issues.
Aim. To assess the awareness of existing problems in the field of transplantation in Poland
among law students.
Materials and Methods. A survey (with 11 questions) of 209 law students at the University
of Bialystok (64% women and 36% men).
Results. Of respondents, 32% do not see the difference between dialysis treatment and
transplantation, and 47% are convinced that the 5-year survival of dialysis patients is as
much as 70% (in fact this number is twice as low). Still, 13% of people consider the
stereotype of family consent for organ procurement is necessary. Of law students, 5%
indicated that organ trafficking is allowed in Poland, and 41% believe that as many as
5% of people in Poland stated in writing opposition to removal of their organs after
death. Fortunately, this number is much smaller (2%).
The respondents have current knowledge about the place of Poland in the world in terms of
the number of donors. Relatively good results were recorded in questions about medical
Conclusions. In most questions, the correct answer obtained the highest score, but it was
not an absolute majority. There is a trend among law students for an optimistic approach to
statistics and the real problems in transplantology