Updated information on MAID July 7 2016 from CNPS.
What is the difference between “physician-assisted death” and “medical assistance in dying”?
The term used in the Carter v. Canada decision is “physician-assisted death”. However, recognizing that this process involves the entire health care team, legislators revised the term to “medical assistance in dying” in Bill C-14 to be more inclusive and reflective of actual practice. Now that Bill C-14 has become law, the revised language of MAID is in effect and reflects the participation of the entire health care team in this process.
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Did you know the ARNPEI Registered Nurses act (December 2015) helps members understand what professional misconduct is?
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