Legal Scenarios for Authorization
Tissue comes to us as a gift. This discussion will explore the content and goals of the AATB standards for authorization, and utilizing scenarios that could have been taken from real life, explores issues in authorization, including how much information is enough to allow a gift, is there such a thing as “too much information.”
Christina Strong, JD
Ms. Strong is a principal of the Law Office of Christina W. Strong, L.L.C. Ms. Strong's practice focuses on health law, including issues of policy, bioethics and legislation, both state and federal. Ms. Strong has particular expertise in the area of anatomical gifting of organs and tissue for transplant, research and medical education. She has worked with AOPO, AATB and numerous OPOs, tissue banks and research organizations. Ms. Strong serves as General Counsel to the New Jersey Sharing Network. She has taught as an adjunct Professor of Law at Rutgers State University School of Law, and she serves on the Board of Donate Life America.