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Headlines Worth Reading

Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide (physician assisted death) have been in the news lately. Here is just a few of the articles worth reading....

Cardinal Collins video response to Parliamentary Report: http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=cardinal+collins+video+%2b+euthanasia&view=detail&mid=5D1AEE3DBE11A681C7225D1AEE3DBE11A681C722&FORM=VIRE

Assisted dying report goes beyond scope, ignores evidence

David Baker and Trudo Lemmens

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/assisted-dying-report-goes-beyond-scope-ignores-evidence/article28939386/

Societal Death Anxiety in 2016 and Book Launch of It’s Not That Simple: Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Today

On MARCH 10 2016, the Hospice of Windsor & Essex County hosted
 
Societal Death Anxiety in 2016 and Book Launch of It’s Not That Simple: Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Today by Professors Jean Echlin RN, MScN and Ian Gentles PhD, FRHS
 
Presented by Jean Echlin, RN, MScN OTN Event #52892362http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=52892362
 
This event was a great success, thank you to all who attended. To view the video from this talk visit: http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=52892362
 
 
 
 

Popular Delusions and the Madness of Euthanasia

On Sunday November 1st, 2015 the deVeber Institute hosted its annual public lecture. Our key-note speaker Dr. Will Johnston spoke on "Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Euthanasia". The Institute also launched the new book It's Not That Simple: Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Today.

 

It's Not That Simple: Euthanasia and Assisted-Suicide Today

 It's Not That Simple: Euthanasia and Assisted-Suicide Today

Available now!

Copies can be ordered directly from the deVeber Institute or you can purchase a copy on Amazon.

$30 per book plus shipping and handling costs (extra).

Shipping and Handling: in Ontario is + $13, within Canada + $15, US +$20.

2015 Newsletter

Train Wreck: the Supreme Court Decision on Assisted Suicide

Article by Prof. Ian Gentles, Research Director and Adam Giancola, deVeber Institute Intern

On February 6th 2015 the Supreme Court of Canada unleashed a constitutional hurricane. Defying the clearly expressed will of Parliament, sidestepping judicial precedents, and flying in the face of recommendations from numerous advisory bodies, including those of the medical profession, the Court nullified the longstanding prohibition on assisted suicide.

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