icare is the Care Alliance’s major information campaign featuring short videos of 15 New Zealanders who share their disability, palliative care, medical and legal perspectives highlighting the risks and fallacies of the End of Life Choice Bill.
Dr Donnelly shares how euthanasia would impact the way she works with her patients and responds to suffering
Dr Tripp shares how euthanasia would “always be the elephant in the room” in the way it impacts the care he provides for his patients.
Dr Landers talks about dying, palliative care, and some of the myths around euthanasia and palliative care.
Brett draws from his mental health nursing experience to highlight the contradiction between current mental health practices and approaches to care, and the prospect of euthanasia.
Dr Jones talks about the dichotomy euthanasia creates in medical practice, and the responsibility of doctors in their practice.
Jane reflects on an encounter she had while nursing an older lady in Hospice care who wished – temporarily – to end her life.
Dr Thwaites reflects on what the doctor-patient relationship is based on, and how euthanasia might impact that.
Jane talks about palliative care, dignity, euthanasia, and creating compassionate communities.
Tupu talks about the impact of euthanasia on Pacific Island peoples.
Jannah talks about suffering, the practice of compassion, and the impact of euthanasia.
Huhana talks about the social perceptions of disability, vulnerability, and what she values from her health professionals.
Greg talks about coercion, choice, and euthanasia.
Tim talks about financial considerations and families, when people are contemplating end of life choices.
Dr Donnelly discusses the idea of whether doctors should be involved in euthanasia.
Kilian talks about the social perceptions of older persons and how that interacts with euthanasia.
Professor Richmond talks about how euthanasia changes the practice of medicine.
Tim shares his legal experience around family law, choice, and coercion.