Euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide: a view from an EAPC Ethics Task Force

@article{Materstvedt2003EuthanasiaAP,
  title={Euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide: a view from an EAPC Ethics Task Force},
  author={L. J. Materstvedt and D. Clark and J. Ellershaw and R. F{\o}rde and A. Gravgaard and H. C. M{\"u}ller-busch and Josep Porta i Sales and C. Rapin},
  journal={Palliative Medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={17},
  pages={101 - 97}
}
In 1991, a debate at the European Parliament on euthanasia stimulated discussion at all levels in Europe. Subsequently, the Board of Directors of the EAPC organised a working session together with two experts to help them clarify the position the organisation should adopt towards euthanasia. The experts collaborated with the Board of Directors on a document and in 1994 the EAPC produced a first statement, Regarding euthanasia, published in the official journal of the EAPC – the European Journal… Expand
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