Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) - New Federal Regulations Come Into Effect November 1, 2018 for Healthcare Practitioners
Ontario Pharmacists Association put together some resources for you re: Medical Assistance in Dying
Ontario Pharmacists Association put together some resources for you:
As of November 1, 2018, pharmacists who dispense a substance in connection with the provision of MAiD will be required to report their activity. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is providing the following webinar to healthcare practitioners. Attached are the following materials to accompany the webinar:
Notice from the Office of the Chief Coroner
Ontario College of Pharmacists Guidance Document
Guidance for reporting on medical assistance in dying - Summary
Medical Assistance in Dying
Queen's University and Ontario College of Family Physicians Looking for MAiD Pharmacists Research
Are you a pharmacist working in palliative end-of-life care and/or medical assistance in dying? Queen’s University and the Ontario College of Family Physicians are looking for interview participants.
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