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Conscientious Objection to Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD)
Petropanagos, A. (2017). 5.3.1 Consientious objection to medical assistance in dying (MAiD). In Section 5: End of Life Care. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
- Describe the Canadian laws and professional guidelines regarding refusals to participate in the provision of medical assistance in dying (MAiD)
- Describe the rights and obligations of physicians who conscientiously object to MAiD
- Describe the nature of conscience and of a refusal grounded on conscience
- Consider personal, professional, and social values that may inform beliefs surrounding MAiD
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