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Transcript of Organ transplantation
Finish your leaflet
DUE NEXT LESSON
HOME LEARNING TASK
CREATE A LEAFLET TO INFORM AND
ENCOURAGE YOUNGE PEOPLE TO JOIN
THE NHS ORGAN DONATION REGISTER
Include the following within you leaflet:
What organ donation is / a brief history
Different arguments (both religious and not religious) to convince (including your own)
Illustrations (if time!)
Do not believe in afterlife.
So not an issue if body not buried intact
Encourage people to join NHS Organ Donor Register.
Decision is a matter of personal choice.
Allah would want Muslims to help people in need
If an act of love towards others, then Allah will restore the donated organ in next world.
Human body needs to be buried complete, in order to enter paradise.
Create a table and list reasons in favour and reasons against organ donation.
Do you think registration for organ donation should be made compulsory? Give reasons for your answer.
Think about it!
Some religious people are against the use of donor blood
For example Jehovah’s Witnesses believe this breaks the biblical principle that no one should drink blood
Does not matter if physical body is not intact at time of burial, as God will remake bodies at time of resurrection.
Practical expression of care for others.
Should be buried with all organs intact, so bodies will be complete at time of resurrection.
God made humans complete.
NHS Organ Donor Register
1905, the first organ transplant took place.
Today we are able to transplant hearts, kidneys and lungs.
Many people have joined the NHS Organ Donor Register
Would you be prepared to donate an organ to save somebody’s life?
Are there some parts of the body you would donate and others you would not?
Think about it!
Should we produce cloned organs, instead?
Should animals be bred solely for organ donation?
Transplanting animal organs into humans
Possibility for people who desperately need a donor organ X but a high risk of rejection by human body.
Some religious people say animals should not be used in this way. They argue God did not create animals for ’spare-part’ surgery.
Is Organ Transplantation Acceptable?
To be able to appraise the moral
complexity of organ transplantation
To able to describe the moral
dilemma and religious issues
surrounding organ transplantation.
To able to express your opinion
with valid reasoning.
Make notes on the following religious perspectives.
To explore religious views about organ transplantation.
Personal, Learning and Thinking skills:
To spell all words correctly and use a dictionary.