Physician aid-in-dying (PAD) is a highly contentious issue in bioethics and health policy today. Data on physicians’ experiences and assessment of key bioethical issues in PAD derive from small, qualitative studies rather than from quantitative studies due to high costs of large physician surveys and concerns about anonymity. Dr. Campbell and his team will aim to develop and test a novel efficient, low cost, anonymous methodology to facilitate bioethics-related physician surveys. This study seeks to result in generalizable findings that bring bioethics into policy and decision-making processes about PAD.
A Novel Methodology to Explore Bioethics Issues in Physician Aid-in-Dying
University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus
Eric G. Campbell et al, A novel methodology to identify and survey physicians participating in medical aid-in-dying, Scientific Reports, April 2022Read more
Eric G. Campbell et al, Physicians’ Attitudes and Experiences with Medical Aid in Dying in Colorado: a “Hidden Population” Survey, Journal of General Internal Medicine, January 2022Read more