End-of-Life Care Panel for Philosophy Students

Oct 7

On October 7th, we were invited by instructor Irwin Chan to facilitate a patient panel for 190 students taking a philosophy course on bioethics. Angela Towle moderated the session which included a panel of caregivers and community experts who spoke about end-of-life care and medical assistance in dying. The session was part of a third year philosophy course in bioethics (PHIL 333).

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