July 4, 2017
Today CAMAP and Dying with Dignity released a joint statement detailing the negative impact of the current fee structure and the steps that can taken to ensure patients have access to MAID while care providers receive an adequate compensation :
Towards a Fair Fee Structure for Medical Assistance in Dying in British Columbia
Canadian doctors turn away from assisted dying over fees
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June 2-3, 2017
CAMAP's Clinical Practice Guidelines on Reasonably Foreseeable were noted in the press, notably the Globe & Mail
Kamloops CFJC Today
June 2-3, 2017
The conference MAID2017 was a great success! 130 delegates from all-over Canada and 3 US States gathered, discussed and shared resources relating to MAID. Another 30 registered and participated via a webcast.
Dr. Stefanie Green, President of CAMAP, is featured with a patient on the cover of the New York Times
May 28 Sunday edition!
The MAiD2017 conference is fast approching. On June 2-3 we will be hosting the first national conference on Medical Assistance in Dying in Canada.
The program is engaging and physicians attending qualify for up to 12 Mainpro+ / 12 MOC section 1 credits.
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