in Dying Communication Project
materials for physicians and other health professionals to help
them communicate with patients requesting aid in dying.
in Dying (Now Partnership fopr Caring)
modern successor to the oldest right to die society in the United
in America, Project on: Death, Dying, Bereavement
site connects you to a broad network of organizations involved in
public education and policy, with an emphasis on expanding the dialogue
surrounding death and bereavement.
An international archive specializing in all aspects of death and
dying. Includes vast amount of right-to-die materials, services,
and resources, information on living wills and an online bookstore
with over 3,000 titles.
with Dignity National Center
leading US national advocacy organization for the legalization of
physician assisted dying. They work with legal, education, and patient
care organizations in Oregon and around the country. For a direct
link to DWDNC's Resource page, click
with Dignity FAQs
Neils comprehensive site on death with dignity issues
Euthanasia Research Foundation (VERF)
Actively supports the right of the terminally ill to choose the
time and method of death, within the bounds of the law; site offers
detailed description of the program and procedures.
Current listing of laws concerning euthanasia
Euthanasia Research & Guidance Org.
Aimed at improving the research of physician-assisted dying for
terminally ill persons.
An update from the Canadian society Dying With Dignity newsletter
on global concerns and issues surrounding euthanasia.
Death with Dignity
international gateway to resources for life-threatening illness
and end of life care and decision making. Includes a large section
on Death With Dignity
This evolving site provides information on the Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation's Last Acts Campaign. Its extensive resources include
press releases, an electronic newsletter, current activities in
the project, and grant information.
Death with Dignity (ODWD) works to improve end-of-life care through
education, and fights to preserve Oregon's Death with Dignity law.
It also works nationally to promote Oregon-style laws in other states
through the Oregon Death with Dignity Political Action Fund (formerly
Oregon Right to Die, a PAC).