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Okanagan Clinical Neurosciences Grand Rounds
June 4, 2021 at 8:00 am - 9:00 am
The UBC Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (CCDPM) is pleased to present the Okanagan Clinical Neurosciences Grand Rounds in partnership with Interior Health. On Friday, June 4, Dr. Sarah Broder and Dr. Joy Ding presents Medical Assistance in Dying Update 2021: Impacts of Bill C7 and the Role of the Expert.
Dr. Sarah Broder is the Senior Medical Director, Palliative Care and End of Life Services at Penticton Regional Hospital (PRH) and a Clinical Associate Professor with the UBC Department of Medicine. Dr. Joy Ding is a neurologist at PRH and a Clinical Instructor with the UBC Department of Medicine.
- When is it appropriate for the consultant to discuss end of life care?
- Can one bring up the topic of Medical Assistance in Dying?
- Review the changes in the Federal Legislation as of March 17, 2021 for Medical Assistance in Dying
- Discuss the role of the expert if the requestor is on a NON-reasonably foreseeable natural death pathway
- Review several cases
This series is supported by UBC Continuing Professional Development. 1.0 Mainpro+ and 1.0 MOC credits available for each lecture.
Note: Lectures are intended for UBC clinical faculty, Interior Health staff, medical and graduate students, and researchers in the neurosciences field.
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