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The complex issues of MAID – medical assistance in dying – will be clarified by an expert on May 11 as the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW), Southport, holds its first post-COVID public meeting in Bruce County Museum & Cultural Center Theater in Southampton.

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Julie Campbell’s talk, titled: “Demystifying Physician-Assisted Dying” – will examine the Canadian perspective, how we got here, how and why the legislation on assisted dying has changed.
Campbell will share some stories to highlight the diversity of patients seeking MAID and how their choices are supported, according to CFUW, Southport press release issued April 25.

Campbell is the MAID Access Lead for South West Home and Community Care Support Services, the Care Connector Nurse Practitioner for the Provincial MAID Care Connection Service and an evaluator and MA provider. She holds undergraduate degrees in health sciences, business and nursing and master’s degrees in business and nursing.
Prior to working with the WMA, Campbell worked as a nurse practitioner in primary care, addictions and mental health, and travel medicine.
She is a board member of the Canadian Association of MAID Assessors and Providers, a member of the executive committee of the Canadian MAID Curriculum Project, a member of the Dying with Dignity Clinical Advisory Committee, and has presented to the Senate of Canada and the House of municipalities during the drafting of the C7 bill in 2020/2021.

This will be a virtual/in-person hybrid event and masks are required for those in attendance.

All guests must pre-register at: [email protected]