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Perspectives 2017 Newsletter

Perspectives 2017 Newsletter is available now!

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2016 Newsletter

What a Team

Kudos to our excellent summer student interns for their great work on pregnancy and end-of-life research. Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs program and the volunteer mentorship of Institute members.

Mariya-Kvitlana Tsap 3rd yr International Relations and Public Policy, University of Toronto  

“Working at the deVeber Institute this summer, with such a wonderful team, was an eye-opening experience as I had the chance to delve deeper into women’s health issues in the developing world.”

 

Katie Pfaff 2nd yr Social Work & Disability Studies, University of Windsor

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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Keeping you posted!

deVeber News -Spring 2015


 

Complications Well-Received:

Since we've last spoken to you, we have done well in promoting our most recent publication, Complications: Abortion's Impact on Women. To date we have sold over 1650 copies both domestically and worldwide and we have recently received a reprint order of 600 copies. We have also released an EPub version of our book on both Kindle and Kobo platforms. These may be purchased on Amazon or here.

Complications: Worldwide Validity in Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons:

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...