Join me this September in Halifax, Nova Scotia for the 2nd International Conference on End-of-Life Law, Ethics, Policy, and Practice.
Here are some highlights from the schedule:
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
The Story of Law Reform in Canada
Joe Arvay, Jim Cowan, Mona Gupta
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Empirical Studies: What do we know about end of life decisions making around the world?
Luc Deliens, Linda Ganzini, Bregje Onwuteaka-Philipsen, Lindy Wilmott
Palliative Care and its Relationship with Medical Aid in Dying
Kenneth Chambaere, James Downar, Eric Wasylenko
Stopping/Not Starting Potentially Life-Sustaining Treatment:
The Issue of Unilateral Decision Making
Jennifer Gibson, Hilary Young
Jocelyn Downie, Agnes van der Heide
Friday, September 15, 2017
Legal Status of Assisted Dying
Joan M. Gilmour, Maria M. Gomez, Emily Jackson, Ben White
Pressure Points for Eligibility for Medical Assistance in Dying (mature minors, mental illness as sole underlying condition, advance requests)
Christine Chambers, Justine Dembo, Jocelyn Downie, Jennifer Gibson, Joan M. Gilmour, Ken Rockwood
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