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Medgeneracijski Pristop do Vnaprej Izražene Volje In do Darovanja Organov
The will expressed in Slovenia in advance is not yet overly known. Because of poor information, it's harder for people to make decisions about her, because they don't even know what it means. Every man has a different approach to the pre-expressed will. Some are in for it, some are against it. In their lifetime, each individual decides whether to donate an organ or tissue after their death. With this action, he can save another's life. More and more people are aware of this, but they have not yet decided to donate organ or tissue. The research work was carried out using a descriptive method of work. I used a survey questionnaire to help with my research work. We also helped each other with electronic and written forms of resources. They were written in Slovenian and foreign languages. The survey was conducted on 190 randomly selected respondents of all ages and genders. We focused on generational differences, trying to figure out what opinion or thinking is between the older and younger generations. The older generation was classified as an age group from 40 years onwards and the younger generation up to and including 40 years of age. We found that the will expressed in advance is very poorly known, because some people do not even know what it is about. However, some who know and understand the topic would not have chosen to sign the form for the pre-expressed will. Research has found that very few people make organ donation.