We held a very successful conference at the start of September. Speakers included Dr Naomi Richards, Dr Lonny Shavelson, Professor Celia Kitzinger, Adrian Ward and Mark Hazelwood. Copies of presentations can be found below.
Ahead of the conference Dr Shavelson spoke with BBC Radio Scotland. You can listen again to this here.
The conference was chaired by Rev Scott Mckenna who opened the conference by talking about assisted dying within a religious context. The Rev McKenna also spoke about the need for compassion at the end of life and that the move away from a paternalistic approach means we need to listen to each other about our wishes to ensure we have a good death.
Those who attended the conference heard about how Medical Aid in Dying worked in California, about the need for Advance Directives and what Incapacity means in Scottish Law.