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Iron-clad ideology: a patient’s viewpoint on assisted dying

Ann David supports the End of Life Choice Bill and says palliative care has its limitations.

Euthanasia: Thoughts of a survivor

Denzil Benedict Menezes passed away six years ago from kidney cancer. Before he died, he wrote about why he believes euthanasia should not be made legal. This is Denzil’s story.

Watch: ChalkTalks – End of Life Choice Bill entire panel discussion

Watch the full-length Health Central ChalkTalks panel discussion on the End of Life Choice Bill.

End of Life Choice Bill – where does the discussion need to focus now?

With the Justice Select Committee reporting back on the End of Life Choice Bill yesterday, it is a good time to consider closely the proposed legislation and whether it can provide choice for those who want it, without affecting those who don’t.

Watch: ChalkTalks panel interviews

Health Central journalist Soumya Bhamidipati talks to the End of Life Choice Bill panellists pre and post the panel discussion.

Unheard voices and the end of life

Health Central’s inaugural ChalkTalk panel discussion on the End of Life Choice Bill was a forum for robust debate on a highly divisive topic. SOUMYA BHAMIDIPATI looks at the whose perspectives have been missing in discussions about this important issue.

ChalkTalks: Nurses must be at centre of decisions about end of life choice, says...

New Zealand Nurses’ Organisation’s Kerri Nuku was a panel member of Health Central’s ChalkTalks panel discussion on the End of Life Choice Bill and said nurses must be included in any legislation and conversation that involves end of life care.

Intense debate at panel discussion on End of Life Choice Bill

Jude Barback says while last night’s Health Central ChalkTalks panel discussion on the End of Life Choice Bill raised more questions than it did answers, it is clear that this is the conversation we need to be having.

Opinion: Dame Tariana Turia – Euthanasia would undermine whānau values

The End of Life Choice Bill misunderstands what it means to live and to die, says Dame Tariana Turia.

Ninety per cent of submissions on euthanasia bill say no to assisted dying

More than 90 per cent of Kiwis who made submissions on the euthanasia bill want the proposed law change scrapped.

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