Becoming an organ donor survey on opt out method

8 out of 10 people say they would want to donate their organs and tissue after their death, most people never register to be organ donors.

The government plans to change the organ donation system to an 'opt-out' system.

Under current rules in England, a person who has died can only be an organ donor if they have agreed to it when they were alive.  If the law changes, people will be considered willing to be an organ donor unless they have opted out. This would increase the number of organs donated and save more lives. People who do not want to donate their organs after their death would have to 'opt out'.

You can give you views by completing the online survey by 6 March 2018.