The right to die, legal frameworks and the basic humanity of medicine: A personal view
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Professor Paul Cosford navigates the argument of the right to assistant dying from his personal view as a Public Health England director and a patient with an incurable cancer diagnosis. Describing the current legal frameworks of personal death care in the NHS, Professor Cosford stresses the importance of living well and, as importantly, dying well.
This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the 'Choice at the end of life: Current practice and overseas developments' event on the 9th February 2018.