End of life care

Dogs and Guinness on the wards, ‘living until you die’, deathbed prayers, and complicated grief
Why does our Western society have such an unhealthy attitude towards death?
Reflections by a Christian medic on dying well during the pandemic
Should death be held at bay for as long as possible, or can we transcend a medicalised approach to our end?
There is a growing realisation that abortion is not the only option after an unborn child is diagnosed with a disability
Patients are increasingly being given God-like information on their lives – but have we developed God-like responsibility for this?
Bringing in a euthanasia regime in Britain would open us to a slew of profoundly dangerous unintended consequences
Putting into practice our convictions against euthanasia means taking seriously end of life care
Dementia, an ageing population, the costs of living longer: what is driving the vigorous campaigns to legalise death on demand?
The drive to legalise euthanasia is not based on compassion for those suffering but a concern for autonomy