Tag Archives: physician-assisted dying
Clarifying the Assisted Death Recommendations
Maureen Taylor, Jocelyn Downie, and Jennifer Gibson suggest that recent commentaries on official Reports on assisted death in Canada misstate the recommendations made in the Reports and their relationship to the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Carter.
Carter and the Politics of Certainty
February 12, 2015 · by impact ethics · in Death & Assisted Dying, Disability, Law & Policy · Leave a comment
Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry problematizes the desire for “certainty” that has influenced, and no doubt will continue to influence, the debate on physician-assisted dying.
Supreme Court Closes Physician-Assisted Dying Debate
J.S. Russell and D.A. Browne discuss the Supreme Court of Canada’s historic decision to strike down the ban on physician-assisted dying.