Medical assistance in dying (MAID) became legal in Canada in June 2016. Canada’s Criminal Code now exempts doctors and nurse practitioners who provide, or help to provide, medical assistance in dying.
CCSN President & CEO Jackie Manthorne and CCSN Public Policy Coordinator Alex Wyatt recently had two very productive meetings in Toronto with the Honourable Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, and Rana Shamoon, Director of Health Policy in the Office of the Premier. CCSN’s fruitful and engaging discussion with Minister Elliott covered several topics, including how to improve patient access and financial coverage
Date Held: January 30th 2020 Presented By: Ryan Clarke, founder of Advocacy Solutions In This Webinar: Learn important factors in telling personal stories through advocacy! How to develop and deliver personal stories in the context of better supporting their advocacy efforts. How to take advantage of specific advocacy tools and best incorporate personal stories in each circumstance. Why the personal story is one of the