Did you miss this? Watch the recording here! Should Arizonans have the right to die with dignity?" is an informative event centered around a moderated panel discussion. The panel will consist of ethics experts on both sides of the aid in dying issue, and is designed to thoughtfully address each side of this often fiercely debated topic. Two of these experts include Courtney Campbell, Professor of Ethics, Science, and the Environment in the Department of Philosophy at Oregon State University and Helene Starks, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical History and Ethics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. In addition to the panel's exploration, graduate students from ASU's Applied Ethics and the Professions-Biomedical and Health Ethics program will provide additional information to assist participants in better understanding the landscape of assisted dying in the states in which it is legal, as well as possibilities that have been proposed for Arizona specifically.
The purpose of this event is to inform participants about both sides of the aid in dying issue. Beginning the conversation with a respectful dialogue can assist the public in gaining a better understanding of the varied perspectives regarding end of life options. Working together through these layers of information and opinion might help our community to answer the question, "Should Arizonans have the right to die with dignity?"
This event is free and open to the public. Visitor parking is available at the Rural Road parking structure.