Sun, Jun 14|
Is MAID essential?
In the context of this pandemic, questions about access and necessity in relation to Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying legislation have seen a heightened, yet more refined, focus. Led by Sydney Campbell, PhD(c).
Time & Location
Jun 14, 2020, 3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. EDT
About the event
Sydney Campbell is a current PhD student with the Institute of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation at the University of Toronto (U of T), also completing a Collaborative Specialization in Bioethics through the Joint Centre for Bioethics. Her research focuses on the intersection of ethics, qualitative evidence, and policy to provide recommendations for policy reform and evaluation related to Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying legislation and mature minors. She works as a research assistant at the Bloorview Research Institute/Ryerson University with the Health Experiences and Arts-based Research Team (HEART) Lab, under the supervision of Dr. Fiona Moola. Sydney is also the Graduate Student-at-Large on the Canadian Bioethics Society’s Board of Directors and founder of the U of T Bioethics Society.
This event is part of our COVID-19 Spring Series. In an effort to stay connected while isolated, let's discuss the ethical issues you and the world are experiencing in true Café Bioethics fashion, with open minds, utmost respect, and intellectual accessibility.