There's just over two weeks left for people to give their views for a opt-out organ donation system on the Isle of Man.
Martyn Perkins MHK for Garff launched the online consultation in March, which if approved by Tynwald would update the current system of opt-in registration.
The bill proposes changes to a 'presumed content' system, which means unless you don't want to be an organ donor, consent will be assumed.
The percentage of Manx residents currently on the donor register is significantly lower than the rest of the UK - 12,600 island residents are registered on the UK NHS Organ Donor Register.
This could be due to people assuming that when they receive a driver's licence, they will be added onto the register.
The online consultation on the Isle of Man Government website will run until Friday 8 June.
To become a donor, visit www.organdonation.nhs.uk.