End of Life Option Act (September 2018)

Learnings from California's Experience

California has marked over one year of experience with legalized physician aid-in-dying (PAD). Although not the first state to enact PAD, it is the largest and most diverse. We will report the results of a project, funded by the California Health Care and Stupski Foundations, tracking the implementation of the law through: 1) “convening” key stakeholders from around the state, and 2) empirical research. Our experience provides lessons for other localities, including recent adopters such as Colorado, and those considering legalization.


J. Thomas, N. Wenger, B. Koenig, et al
J. Thomas, N. Wenger, B. Koenig, et al

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When does the course start and finish?
Once you enroll, the webinar will be available to view immediately. The webinar is a completely self-paced - you decide when you start and when you finish.
Are continuing education credits (CEs) available?
At this time, we are unable to provide continuing education credits for recorded webinars. CEs are available for social workers, nurses, nursing home administrators, and chaplains with many of our live and in-person trainings. For more information on our upcoming education, coalitionccc.org/training-events.