June 18 Webinar: Digging Deeper into the Council of Canadian Academies' Reports on Assisted Dying

Earlier this year, Dying With Dignity Canada hosted a special webinar on the Council of Canadian Academies’ (CCA) reports on medical assistance in dying (MAID). Our February presentation focused on the CCA’s study on advance requests for assisted dying.

Now, we’re pleased to announce that we will be hosting a June 18 webinar that will delve into the CCA’s two other reports on MAID. Our featured speakers for this exclusive, free-to-attend event — which will take place three years almost to the day after the legalization of MAID — are:

  • Dr. Kwame McKenzie, CEO of the Wellesley Institute, Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and Chair of the CCA panel on MAID where a Mental Disorder is the Sole Underlying Medical Condition
  • Bryan Salte, Associate Registrar and Legal Counsel, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan, and Member of the CCA panel on MAID for Mature Minors

This is another rare opportunity to hear from the researchers responsible for the most extensive examination of the potential implications of expanding Canada’s assisted dying rules.

RSVP today!

NOTE: Before the webinar takes place, you will be sent an email with information on how to log in. We encourage you to listen to the webinar using your computer audio. While a phone number is provided, please note that this is a local Toronto number and long-distance charges may apply. By listening through your computer, no charges will apply and you can participate fully in the conversation.

Send in your questions by June 14

Can’t attend on June 18? If you’re interested in this webinar but can’t commit to attending the live event, there’s no need to worry. We will post a recording of it to the Past Webinars page on our website by June 25.

Questions for our speakers can be sent to events@dyingwithdignity.ca by end of day on Friday, June 14. We can’t guarantee that we will get to every one, but we will do our best to answer as many as we can.

June 18, 2019 at 3:30pm - 5pm
Maureen Aslin ·