Title

When Families Talk: Applying Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis to African American Families Discussing Their Awareness, Commitment, and Knowledge of Organ Donation

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Article

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Published by the National Medical Association in Journal of the National Medical Association Volume 104, Issues 11-12, pages 555-563.

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Journal of the National Medical Association

Abstract

This paper applies interpretative phenomenological analysis as a tool to understand ways African American families discuss and make sense of their knowledge, awareness, and commitment of the organ donation process.

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