A detailed cadaver donation form

Objectives: Cadavers are the basic part of anatomy education; however, the number of donations does not meet the necessity for qualified education. Donation process is regulated by laws and professional regulations. In order to avoid possible negative effects of wrong applications, it is important that the donation process should be conducted very carefully. In this study, we aimed to structure a detailed cadaver donation form for daily practice. Methods: Responsibilities imposed by laws and regulations have been revealed by scanning the High Court jurisprudence. For application examples, a literature search in Index Medicus was made for previous studies regarding cadaver donation and ethical perspectives. Results: In the light of regulations of laws, ethical rules and experienced legal problems a detailed consent form was structured. Conclusion: This study will contribute to donation process and provide detailed information on consent forms.

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