This library includes books, DVDs, video cassettes and Audio Cassettes/CDs. Subject to certain conditions, members of EOLC are eligible to borrow items from the library, which is held in the Librarian's home in Wellington.
The collection may be viewed by appointment, or items may be ordered by post (Librarian, 95 Melrose Rd, Southgate, Wellington 6023), email (email@example.com) or phone (04 383 7752) from the lists below. All items borrowed should be returned as soon as possible and in any case within one month from the date of issue.
There is no charge for borrowing but members are responsible for sending the material back. No item borrowed may be lent to others, whether members or not. Members will be held responsible for loss or damage, and agree to reimburse EOLC if requested.
Donations will be gratefully accepted.
Members wishing to borrow items from the Self-Deliverance section of the list should request the special order form.
1 - Final exit, Derek Humphry (2006, 46 mins) Demonstrations of Self-deliverance
2 - Mademoiselle and the Doctor (2004 95 mins) Lisette Nigot with Philip Nitsche)
3 - Suicide Tourist (2008)
4 - A short stay in Switzerland (2010)
5 - How to die in Oregon (2011)
6 - Do not resuscitate (2011)
7 - Do not resuscitate
8 - Dr Rodney Syme Address to workshop 7.6.2013 80 minutes
16 - Yvonne Shaw 24.3..2012 AGM Hamilton/Tauranga 25 minutes
Books (Author, title, date, # pages)
Age Concern, The Living Will, 1988, 90p
Docker C., Collected Living Wills, 1993, 169p
Docker C., A Living Will - Making it work,1996, 31p
Japan Society for Dying with Dignity, Living Wills around the world, 1996, 284p
Molloy Dr W, Let Me Decide, 1989, 46p
Patients Association, Advance Statements About Future Medical Treatment, 1996, 24p
Society for the Right to Die, NY, Handbook on Living Will Laws (USA), 1987, 152p
Society for the Right to Die, NY, Checklist Chart of Living Will Laws, 1987, 24p
VES of London, The living Will, 1998, 6p
VES of Scotland, Information Pack - The Living Will, 1994, 16p