Evaluation of the Decision-making Experience of the Clinical Biobank Donor

The success of biobanking is directly linked to the willingness of people to donate their biological materials for research and storage. Ethical issues related to patient consent are an essential component of the current biobanking agenda. The majority of data available are focused on population-based biobanks in the USA, Canada, and Western Europe. The donation decision process and its ethical applications in clinical populations and populations in countries with other cultural contexts are very limited.

Read this paper on the study that aimed to evaluate the decision-making experience of the clinical biobank donors, as well as psychological and social motivators and deterrents of this decision and associated ethical risks. The authors concluded that the donation decision is mainly motivated by prosocial attitudes and other factors that are similar to the motivating factors of blood donation.

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