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Voluntary assisted dying and telehealth: Commonwealth carriage service laws are putting clinicians at risk

Richard SW Lugg
Med J Aust 2022; 216 (4): . || doi: 10.5694/mja2.51417
Published online: 7 March 2022

To the Editor: Close and colleagues raise some important issues in their article on voluntary assisted dying (VAD) and telehealth.1 For the most part, their four key considerations give good practical advice to clinicians trying to work around Commonwealth laws introduced for a substantially unrelated purpose.

  • Richard SW Lugg

  • Doctors for Assisted Dying Choice, Perth, WA


Correspondence: rswlugg@gmail.com

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