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The third newsletter is in the works. If you are interested in contributing a personal experience in assessing or providing MAiD please contact camap.office@gmail.com

June 2-3, 2017

CAMAP's Clinical Practice Guidelines on Reasonably Foreseeable were noted in the press, notably the Globe & Mail, The Times-Colonist, CTV News, Kamloops CFJC Today.

June 2-3, 2017

The conference MAID2017 was a great success! 130 delegates from all-over Canada and 3 US States gathered, discussed and shared resources relating to MAID. Another 30 registered and participated via a webcast.

May 2017

Dr. Stefanie Green, President of CAMAP, is featured with a patient on the cover of the New York Times May 28 Sunday edition!

March 2017

The MAiD2017 conference is fast approching. On June 2-3 we will be hosting the first national conference on Medical Assistance in Dying in Canada.

The program is engaging and physicians attending qualify for up to 12 Mainpro+ / 12 MOC section 1 credits.

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The second newsletter is in the works. If you are interested in contributing a personal experience in assessing or providing MAiD please contact camap.office@gmail.com