Tag Archives: Valentina Romano
MAiD & a Directive to Protect your Future Self
Letitia Meynell considers a critique of advance directives for medical assistance in dying and suggests that the wishes of capable persons for their future incapable selves should be respected.
Dementia, Advance Directives & MAiD
January 23, 2018 · by impact ethics · in Death & Assisted Dying, Disability, Law & Policy, Mental Health
Valentina Romano reasons that allowing future-oriented medical assistance in dying requests by persons with dementia may be at odds with respecting their personhood.