Medical Aid in Dying: An Overview of Care and Considerations for Patients With Cancer.
Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. December, 2022, Thalia DeWolf, RN, CHPN, Naomi Cazeau, MSN, AOCNP

Tips for Nurses: An aid in dying practical tip sheet.

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Continuing Education Video: Nursing Best Practices for Medical Aid in Dying
Part 1: Introduction, and Becoming Eligible for Medical Aid in Dying
(0.5 CME/CE units)
Part 2: Monitoring and Preparing Patients for Medical Aid in Dying.
(0.5 CME/CE units)
Part 3: The Aid-in-Dying Day
(0.5 CME/CE units)

Aid in Dying at the Bedside, an enactment of an attended death
(0.25 CME/CE units)

Rectal Administration of Aid-in-Dying Medications
(0.25 CME/CE Units)

Coronavirus and Aid in Dying
(O.25 CME/CE units)