Lecture: Ethical dilemmas in end-of-life care

So many of us are afraid of death, and this fear seems to drive so much of the debate around dying

What does it mean to ‘die well’? How can we care for those who are developing dementia? Is assisted suicide ever a good solution? End-of-life care throws up a number of ethical challenges, and in October 2016 I spoke at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, about these issues. You can watch the lecture below:

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