Understanding Organ Donation: Applied Behavioral Science Perspectives
December 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
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INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW.
Chapter 1: Applying Psychology to Health Behavior Interventions: Not Last Decade’s Approach (Stuart Oskamp).
Chapter 2: Organ Donation: An Overview of the Field (Mary Ganikos).
ORGAN DONOR INTERVENTIONS.
PART I: MEDIA AND COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS.
Chapter 3: Where have we been and where to next: A review and synthesis of organ donation media campaigns (Eusebio M. Alvaro and Jason T. Siegel).
Chapter 4: The Effectiveness of Donate Life – African American Campaign in Minneapolis-St. Paul (David Radosevich, Susan Gunderson, Bill Tendle, Clarence Jones, and Susan Mau Larson).
Chapter 5: Organ Donation and Transplantation: A New Tradition of Sharing for Alaska Natives (Margaret D. Allen and Barbara Stillwater).
Chapter 6: First Person Consent Ohio Donor Registry: The Influence of the First Person Consent Registry on Increasing Organ Donation (Kimberly Downing and Linda Jones).
Chapter 7: Improving Organ Donation in Chinese Communities in New York: Perspective from Consortium Partners (Paul L. Hebert, Julia Rivera, Kelly Eng, Regina Lee, Susan Seto-Yee).
Chapter 8: Intervention research with American Indian, Alaska Native and First Nations People: An Organ and Tissue Donation Exemplar (Nancy L. Fahrenwald).
PART II: ORGANIZATIONAL INTERVENTIONS.
Chapter 9: Behavioral research in hospital settings: The Family Communication Coordinator (FCC) Protocol and research applications in organ donation (Diane Dodd-McCue).
Chapter 10: Design and Evaluation of Worksite Promotions of Organ Donation: Real-world Challenges and Strategies to Address Them (Michael T. Quinn, Jackie Gnepp, G. Caleb Alexander, Diane Hollingsworth, Kate Grubbs O’Connor, Willa Lang, Joshua Klayman, and David Meltzer).
Chapter 11: Home Care Association of Louisiana (HCLA) Donate Life Workplace Partnership for Organ/Tissue Donation (Carolyn Johnson & Lawrence Webber).
Chapter 12: Promoting Organ Donation through College Student Campaigns (Thomas Hugh Feeley, Ashley E. Anker, Donald Vincent, and Carla R. Williams).
Chapter 13: Take Time to Talk: 3 Pilot Areas Show how little it Takes to Improve Communication between Recovery Professionals and Funeral Directors (Catherine Paykin, Gigi Politoski, and Linda Singleton-Driscoll).
Chapter 14: The Challenges of Conducting and Evaluating Organ Donation Campaigns (Susan Morgan).
PART III: BROAD PERSPECTIVES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS.
Chapter 15: Community organizations and applied research: Project initiation, implementation, and dealing with those applied researchers (Sara Pace Jones and David Bosch).
Chapter 16: Evaluating the effects of community-based health interventions: Seeking impact and saving lives via organ and tissue donation promotion efforts (Robert Fischer).
Chapter 17: The value of qualitative studies of interpersonal conversations about health topics: A study of family discussions of organ donation as illustration (Anita Pomerantz).
Chapter 18: Ethically and Effectively Advancing Living Donation: How should it be done? (Amy D. Waterman and James R. Rodrigue).
Chapter 19: A card in hand: A donning recognition of factors for increasing donor registration (Jason T. Siegel, Eusebio M. Alvaro, and Zachary P Hohman).
Chapter 20: There’s no so practical… Theoretical Translations and Organ Donation (William D. Crano).