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Palliative Care Report: Special Edition of Perspectives

Articles include:
  1. In Pain – But Cannot Ask For Help Groundbreaking Research Showing the Way Forward
  2. The DeVeber Institute joins the 20th International Congress on Palliative Care. Dr. Balfour Mount, the father of Palliative Care in North America established the Congress and this year we were there!
  3. Announcing the Jean Echlin Award for Ethics in Palliative Care and the winners are...

Complications: Abortion's Impact on Women

Ian Gentles appears on The Arena with Michael Coren to discuss 'Complications'

On Tuesday, July 9th, Dr. Ian Gentles appeared on The Arena with Michael Coren to discuss the Institute's latest book, Complications. Check out the video here!

PRESS RELEASE - Autism: New Attitudes, Approaches and Assumptions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Autism: New Attitudes, Approaches and Assumptions

Toronto, July 11, 2014—The deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research hosted a public discussion: Autism: New Attitudes, Approaches and Assumptions featuring leading Canadian researchers and thinkers in the field of autism.

Funded through the Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR) Café Scientifique series, speakers included CIHR researchers Dr. James Bebko, Dr. Edvokia Anagnostou, and leading advocate Estée Klar.

Study finds parents want to have choice to remove feeding tubes from their terminally ill children

Complete National Post article may be found here:

http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/04/23/parents-should-have-choice-to-remove-feeding-tubes-from-terminally-ill-children-study/

Article by Tom Blackwell.

Pediatrics study of 11 parents says they feel they should have the choice to remove feeding tubes from terminally ill children.

Study can be found as an attachment below.