Christina Sinding


Christina Sinding is a researcher at McMaster University, in the School of Social Work and the Department of Health, Aging and Society. Her mother had a medically assisted death. On the fourth anniversary of the legalization of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) on June 16, she reflects on the relationship between MAiD and palliative care.

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by Christina Sinding

Last rights: Connecting the space between palliative care and MAiD

For my Mom, palliative care and MAiD unfolded gracefully together. My family’s experience is one among many that might prompt Canada’s palliative care organizations to reconsider their relationship to MAiD

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