Get Published | Subscribe | About | Write for Our Blog    

Posted on November 22, 2019 at 4:30 AM

The National Clinicians Conference on Medical Aid in Dying is rapidly approaching capacity. They have only 35 spaces left (the conference center holds 270). As a result, they will be screening registration applicants according to priority.

If you have a particular reason/need to attend the conference this year, please write to If you simply go to the registrations page and register, they will refund your fee and you’ll need to write to us as above. 

They will be giving priority to:  

  • Those coming from the few aid-in-dying states not yet represented: Montana, New Jersey, Washington D.C. 
  • Front-line clinical staff (RNs, SWs, Chaplains, others) who wish to attend the specific Aid-in-Dying Bedside Clinical Training–an additional two-hour course at the end of the first day of the conference, February 14, 2020. (There is no extra fee for this course, it’s included in the conference fee.) 
  • Anyone else who can send them a good reason to grab one of these now-coveted spots.  

The National Clinicians Conference on Medical Aid in Dying will be an opportunity for everything from conversations to certifications, from case studies to the best of medical science. 

Comments are closed.