The BMA’s decision to adopt a position of neutrality on the vexed question of ‘assisted dying’ was taken following a … Read More
Assisted Dying legislation has enormous impacts for medical practice. A great responsibility rests on the shoulders of those attending the … Read More
This summer, Health Canada released the second annual report on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD). The report contains several warning-signs … Read More
In a booklet published recently Living and Dying Well examines the statements made by the campaigning group Dignity in Dying … Read More
The Oregon Health Authority has published its latest report on the incidence and characteristics of deaths as a result of legalised assisted suicide – that is, as a result of taking lethal drugs supplied by doctors under the terms of Oregon’s 1997 Death with Dignity Act (DWDA).
Baroness Grey-Thompson interviews Robert Preston and Baroness Ilora Finlay about their new book ‘Death by Appointment – A Rational Guide … Read More
In January 2021 Living and Dying Well submitted to the Oireachtas’s Committee on Justice its analysis of the Private Member … Read More
Next summer at its annual conference the British Medical Association will consider whether it should maintain its opposition to what … Read More