Dr. Shirley Evers-Manly PhD, RN, July 28th 2014 Abstract Donations and transplantation of organs today is a success story where everything referring to it is seen in a positive light. For the person donating and his/her relatives, a positive outcome has emerged from a disastrous situation (Berglund, et al., 2012) For the recipient of the organ, an opportunity for a new life that is free from any barriers of support therapy exists. For the medical professional, there is a chance to deliver a cure for a rather irreversible acute or chronic disease. However, despite the great success in organ donation in the medical professional, it comes with significant moral and ethical obligations (Berglund, et al., 2012). This paper focuses on the ethical dilemma faced by nurses in regards to organ donation and, therefore, provides a discussion on what an ethical dilemma is and how it affects the nurses.
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