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Saturday, 19th April 2014 - 14:29

UK Donation Ethics Committee

Chaired by: Professor Chris Rudge

The UK Donation Ethics Committee (UKDEC) is an independent source of advice and guidance on ethical aspects of organ donation and transplantation.

It aims to increase professional and public confidence in the ethical basis for decisions and processes in organ donation.

The UKDEC will consider ethical issues in their broader context in society.

It does not seek to increase organ donation directly through its work.

UKDEC Member Vacancies

The UKDEC is currently recruiting 6 new Committee Members for a 3 year term of office.

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UKDEC An Ethical Framework for Donation after Brainstem Death - Draft Consultation report published for comment.

This document discusses the key ethical issues that arise in considering donation after brainstem death. Consultation open until 10 April 2014.

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UKDEC Consultation now open.

Exploring the legal and ethical issues in relation to donation from children. The consultation will run until 14 February 2014.

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Committee managed by Peter Jones