What Works Centers


What Works Centers

Bradley Mattes   |   February 21, 2022

The government in the United Kingdom is considering legalizing assisted suicide.  And the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Dying Well is weighing in with their opinion.  They are “not recommending” the introduction of assisted suicide.  Instead, they have a great alternative that makes sense.  Setting up a “What Works” center to gather data and evidence on the quality of medical care during the end of life.  They want to concentrate on high-quality palliative care instead of suicide.  Katherine Sleeman, Professor of Palliative Care at King’s College in London opposes assisted suicide laws.  “We are asked to pass the law and then work out the safeguards.”  The reason, she says, “Huge numbers of disabled people feel threatened.”  She’s absolutely right.

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