We are interested in views from black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds
Organ donation is important. With around 6,000 people across the UK waiting for an organ transplant, it is vital to get a good match for blood and tissue type. Some blood groups such as O or B Rhesus positive are more frequent among people from minority ethnic backgrounds.
We are investigating potential barriers, facilitators and interventions for organ donation.
We are seeking the views of people aged over 18, who self-identify as from a black, Asian or minority ethnic background. Your input will help us develop useful recommendations to share with the National Institute for Health.
14th June 2019
1st July 2019
Institute of Health & Society, Newcastle University.
The Institute for Health & Society undertakes innovative research and teaching to reduce health inequalities, address social injustice and improve population health locally, regionally and internationally. We are a strong multidisciplinary institute comprising clinicians, economists, political scientists and others who all bring their expertise to bear on health. We are the North East’s leading accredited training centre for higher professional medical training.
The discussion groups will be facilitated by the research team and an experienced facilitator. We are seeking people’s views and ideas and no prior knowledge of organ transplantation or organ donation is required.
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Lunch, dinner and refreshments provided.