Thursday, September 14, 2017

2017 Euthanasia Symposium - October 28, 2017


Join us for the 2017 National Euthanasia Symposium. 

It is an opportunity for us to learn from each other and network with like-minded people. It is happening this year on Saturday, October 28 from 9 am - 5 pm at the Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel

You can register online (Registration link) or you can also register by calling the EPC office at: 1-877-439-3348 or by emailing info@epcc.ca

Dr. Mark Komrad
The cost for the Symposium is $50, and includes lunch

New this year, we are live streaming of the Symposium to enable anyone to watch the Symposium live, anywhere in the world. We will send you the link and code to log in for only $30.

We have arranged for many amazing speakers:


Dr. Mark Komrad is an American professor and psychiatrist who will speak about opposing euthanasia for psychiatric reasons. He has written a book on how to convince troubled family members, loved ones and friends to get psychiatric evaluation and treatment. Mark specialized in medical ethics in mental health care.


Jen Romnes
Jen Romnes is an artist, author and advocate who will speak about her personal experience opposing euthanasia. Jen has recently released her second book entitled Entangled 2: Betrayed From Within which continues the story of how she fought to protect her Mom from abuse. Her advocacy focuses on protecting people who become vulnerable due to diseases like Alzheimer’s.

Dr. Jacqueline Abernathy
Dr Jacqueline Abernathy is Assistant Professor of Public Administration at Tarleton State University in Texas and an end-of-life researcher. She will talk about her analysis of the defeated assisted suicide legislation in the US.


Kevin Dunn
Kevin Dunn is a movie producer who co-produced The Euthanasia Deception and many other documentaries for social change. Kevin is currently working on two new films for EPC and will speak on the topic of using media to drive social and cultural change.

Taylor Hyatt
Amy Hasbrouck, President of EPC and Taylor Hyatt, Policy Analyst and Outreach Coodinator for Toujours Vivant-Not Dead Yet will speak about the federal debate on expanding the euthanasia law in Canada from the perspective of people with disabilities.
 

Dr. Ramona Coelho
Dr. Ramona Coelho, a Medical Doctor in London, Ontario, will be speaking on physicians' conscience rights. 


Charles Lewis, a former columnist with the National Post and a member of the EPC Board, will be speaking about the need to care for and protect people from euthanasia.

Amy Hasbrouck
EPC President.
When booking your room at the Best Western, be sure to mention you are attending the Symposium to get the special conference rate of $109 (includes breakfast). Visit their website at www.bwptorontoairporthotel.com or call: 1-800-780-7234.


Please share this information with any family members and friends who may be interested in learning more about how they can better resist the practice of euthanasia and assisted suicide in their community. We need you to become more involved in our work to create positive change.


For more information call: 1-877-439-3348 or email: info@epcc.ca
  

1 comment:

FAVEM said...

Hi,

Is there some lecture in French?

Thanks,

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