Horizon Research report March 2018
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This report was commissioned by EOLC and includes 4 questions which have relevance to the debate on EOLC at the moment. It shows continued strong support for EOLC with very small numbers in opposition. A great piece of information to show to MPs or doubters as to the cause.Parts of it could also be used when you are giving an oral submission.
It is similar in form to the previous one done in June 2017.
Dying Badly - New Zealand Stories
This book, compiled by retired intensive care specialist Dr Jack Havill and writer David Barber, contains relatives' stories of bad deaths suffered by their loved ones, as submitted to the New Zealand Parliament's inquiry into the issue of assisted dying for the terminally ill.
ACT leader David Seymour's End of Life Choice Bill has now been lodged in the members’ ballot in Parliament and Hon. Maryan Street's Private Members' Bill, entitled End-of-Life Choice, has been updated to the End-of-Life Options Bill.
Lecretia Seales believed ill people enduring intolerable suffering with no hope of recovery should have the choice to request assistance to end their lives.
People were asked how they feel about aid-in-dying laws.
Plan for the best, prepare for the worst
Most of us know that we need to have a Will and let our partner and/or children or close kin/friends know whether we want to be buried or cremated, and what type of accompanying service, if any, we would like.
Local and offshore websites that deal with issues of Physician-assisted dying (PAD) and End-of-Life choice (EOLC).
"Guide to Dying – Your Way"
This guide is designed to encourage you to think deeply about what you do and don’t want for yourself if worse comes to worst, and to help you put your affairs in order to increase the likelihood of achieving the death you choose, rather than leaving it all to chance.
A collection of articles, from New Zealand and around the world, about Physician-assisted dying (PAD) and End-of-Life choice (EOLC).
Newsletters and Annual Reports
The latest newsletters and Annual Reports for End-Of-Life Choice.
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“Lacking a coherent view of how people might live successfully all the way to their very end, we have allowed our fates to be controlled by the imperatives of medicine, technology, and strangers.”
– Dr. Atul Gawande
Advance directives: some issues to consider
Dr Phillipa Malpas, of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, discusses the importance of reminding health professionals to involve patients in the planning of decisions around their medical treatment.
Real people talk about they think about death, dying and dignity.
Letters written in support of the End-of-Life Choice Bill.