Learn about Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) with Valerie Cooper and Ask Your Questions!
In the safe space of this webinar, Valerie Cooper shared a definition of MAID, discussed eligibility criteria for MAID in Canada, described the process of providing and receiving MAID and defined conscientious objection.
Valerie Cooper is a hospice palliative care nurse practitioner and a member of Canada’s Dying with Dignity Clinician Advisory Council.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The definition of MAID and the eligibility criteria for MAID
- What death by MAID looks like
- What conscientiousness is in health care.
About Valerie Cooper
Valerie provides palliative care for people living and dying with life-limiting illnesses in the Kingston, Ontario area. She has thoroughly explored issues related to MAID and is a member of Canada’s Dying with Dignity Clinician Advisory Council. Valerie is also involved in teaching about palliative care for nurses and nurse practitioners and is a member of many Communities of Practice and organizations related to palliative care, end-of-life care, and Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID).