Providing Medical Assistance in Dying
Instructors will provide an introduction to performing assessments and provision of MAiD. They will review current interpretation of eligibility criteria and, through a number of case scenarios, allow participants to develop an approach to interview and evaluation techniques. Participants will also be introduced to resources for more complex assessments, and an outline of the provision of MAiD, with a focus on the community setting.
Upon completion of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Explore the topic of MAiD with patients and families
- Assess patients for MAiD
- Recognize when social and medical factors may add a complexity
- Explain and administer the medications
- Perform a smooth MAiD process with families
- Apply the federal reporting requirements in their context
- Demonstrate plan for self care and ongoing education in this field
Date & Location
April 30, 2020
8:30am-12:00pm OR 1:00pm-4:30pm
BMO Education & Conference Centre
Toronto Western Hospital
60 Leonard Ave, Toronto
Who should attend?
Physicians and Nurse Practitioners who are interested in learning how to provide medical assistance for appropriate patients.
$100.00 CAD (plus taxes) for CAMAP members
$250.00 (plus taxes) for non CAMAP members
Includes a 1 year CAMAP complimentary membership. You will be issued a code on the invoice that will be attached to your confirmation email that can be used to register with CAMAP directly and will allow you to bypass payment.
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This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 9 Mainpro+ credits.