Tag: Hospice New Zealand

Euthanasia Bill risks are too great – expert

by Emma Jolliff, Newshub, 27 April 2018 Anyone who claims assisted dying already happens in New Zealand is peddling fake news, a palliative care expert says. A panel of specialists says the End of Life Bill going through Parliament is dangerous and the burden on doctors to assist a patient to die is too great. Click… Read more »

Euthanasia bill ‘dangerous’ – Palliative care workers

by Emma Hatton, Radio New Zealand, 27 April 2018 The Netherlands, Belgium and Canada are some of the countries where euthanasia has been legalised. But, Professor MacLeod said there was no place yet, where the law provided absolute safety to those who were vulnerable. “There is no jurisdiction anywhere across the world that has produced a… Read more »

Being exquisitely careful with the lives of others: the case against euthanasia and assisted suicide

February 2018 Listen to the recent presentation Dr Sinéad Donnelly gave to Hospice New Zealand on euthanasia and assisted suicide. Click here for the PDF slides to the presentation.   About Dr Donnelly Dr Sinéad Donnelly is an Internal Medicine Specialist in Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand. Dr Donnelly qualified in medicine in 1987 and completed her… Read more »