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On May 28 this year (9 AM to 12.30 PM), the Flemish Right to Die Society RWS celebrates the 4th National Day for Dying with Dignity, with a meeting in Antwerp, Belgium. The theme for this meeting will be "Dementria and acquired incompetence". Speakers from Belgium and the Netherlands will highlight different aspects of dementia and end-of-life decisions. The venue:
Dying with Dignity NSW published its Newsletter edition 134. Read it here.
WFRtDS member Hemlock Florida will have a booth at an event in the scope of the National Healthcare Decisions Day on Tuesday April 12 in Tallahassee (FSU College of Medicine Auditorium, 1115 West Call St), which is co-sponsored by Big Bend Hospice and the FSU Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law. The theme of this year's
DMD Colombia published its Newsletter DMD en ConTACTO nr 60 (March 2016). Read it here (in Spanish)
Read the Newsletter from the Organisers of the Amsterdam Conference Euthanasia 2106 here.
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In a very thorough white paper referring to the relation between Palliative Care and Euthanasia/Physician Assisted suicide, published in Palliative Care makes interesting, and important conclusions and recommendations. To read this (long but interesting) article click here.
Recently a new Newsletter with up to date information (the availability of a special App!!) was published. Read it here.
Just released in the Journal of Assisted Dying is a new research article providing a forensic analysis of the current Dutch ‘Groningen Protocol’ regulation and its history, and changes in Dutch practices in regard to hastening neonatal deaths (once a rare act and now even more rare). The analysis also provides a
It is with great regret that Friends at the End announces that its former convener and medical advisor, Dr Libby Wilson died on 29 March in Glasgow. Libby, who would have celebrated her ninetieth birthday in July, had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer several weeks ago but refused any further medical treatment and died peacefully at her home in the West End of the city with her family around her.