Ethical Challenges Following Carter v. Canada: Implementing Physician Assisted Dying in Alberta- Lethbridge- January 21st 2016

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The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision (Carter v. Canada) to allow assisted dying for adults with an irremediable illness causing unbearable suffering requires provincial and territorial governments to act to operationalize it by February 6, 2016. Recommendations on end-of-life care policies and procedures are rapidly evolving.  Amanda Porter, Clinical Ethicist with Alberta Health Services, will discuss how the ethical dimensions regarding implementation of physician assisted dying are being addressed.

Amanda Porter, Clinical Ethicist, Alberta Health Services, has a Ph.D. in philosophy (University of Western Ontario) and worked as a Lecturer at Ryerson University, McMaster University, The University of Western Ontario, and Okanagan College before taking her current position in Lethbridge. 

WHEN
January 21, 2016 at 7pm - 9pm
WHERE
Chinook Country Tourist Association building
2805 Scenic Dr S
Lethbridge , AB T1K 5B7
Canada
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