Palliative Care

Prof. Ian Gentles On Euthanasia

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A clip from Prof. Ian Gentles' lecture concerning the broadening of boundaries for euthanasia where it has been legalized 

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...

DeVeber Institute hosts Jean Echlin Award for Ethics in Palliative Care

Reprinted article from ehospice.com from: http://www.ehospice.com/ArticleView/tabid/10686/ArticleId/12262/language/en-GB/View.aspx

The deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research held a luncheon ceremony at the 20th International Congress of Palliative Care to mark the inaugural Jean Echlin Award for Ethics in Palliative Care.

The award seeks to recognise individuals who epitomise the values of hospice and palliative care through their daily work. It honours palliative care pioneer Jean Echlin, a registered nurse who has demonstrated exceptional leadership in the field of palliative care in Canada.

Press Release: New Award for Ethics in Palliative Care

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New Award for Ethics in Palliative Care

Toronto, July 3rd, 2014—The deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research is pleased to announce the Jean Echlin Award for Ethics in Palliative Care, a new award that recognizes and honours the important work done by Jean Echlin in her long and distinguished career in palliative care.

A nominee for the award must be an individual or a group of individuals that supports, believes in, and embodies the philosophy and ethics of palliative care. Nominees support the notion that palliative care constitutes not just dying well, but also, and more importantly, living well. And that all persons should be provided the highest level of quality-of-life until the moment of death.

Jean Echlin Award for Ethics in Palliative Care

The deVeber Institute’s Jean Echlin Award for Ethics in Palliative Care recognizes and honours the important work done by Jean Echlin in her long and distinguished career in palliative care.

A nominee for the award must be an individual or a group of individuals that supports, believes in, and embodies the philosophy and ethics of palliative care. Nominees support the notion that palliative care constitutes not just dying well, but also, and more importantly, living well. And that all persons should be provided the highest level of quality-of-life until the moment of death.