Doctors who specialize in geriatric medicine say they’re seeing Kentuckians with advanced cancer and other serious illnesses travel out of state to end their lives on their own terms. It may mean going to Oregon, which as of [4/1/2022] will no longer require a person to establish residency to be eligible for medical aid in dying.
Local Nursing Student’s Social Media Research on Medical Aid in Dying Presented at National Conference
Congratulations to Megan Arumpanayil, a senior nursing student at Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. Her research project Social Media Responses to Medical Aid in Dying in Ohio was presentated at the National Students Nurses Association Virtual 38th MidYear Conference in October 2020. The aim of the study was to […]
For the last Book Club of the year, we are reading “The Book of Two Ways” by Jodi Picoult, the first work of fiction for our club! All are welcome to join our virtual discussion on Thursday, December 3 at 4:00 pm. Please click “Continue Reading” below to learn more about the book and to register to receive the Zoom link for the meeting.