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Regulations for the Monitoring of Medical Assistance in Dying (SOR/2018-166)

Regulations are current to 2024-02-06 and last amended on 2024-01-01. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 6(Section 8)Administering a Substance

  • 1 The date on which the practitioner administered the substance to the person who made the request for medical assistance in dying.

  • 2 The place where the practitioner administered the substance to the person who made the request for medical assistance in dying.

  • 3 An indication of whether the person who made the request for medical assistance in dying was transferred from one place to another for the purposes of administering the substance to them and, if so, the reasons for the transfer, if known.

  • 4 In the case where the practitioner administered a second substance to the person who made the request for medical assistance in dying in accordance with subsection 241.2(3.5) of the Code, an indication of whether

    • (a) before the person lost the capacity to consent to receiving medical assistance in dying, the practitioner entered into an arrangement in writing with the person providing that they would be present at the time the person self-administered the first substance and that they would administer a second substance to cause the person’s death if, after self-administering the first substance, the person lost the capacity to consent to receiving medical assistance in dying and did not die within a specified period;

    • (b) the person self-administered the first substance, did not die within the period specified in the arrangement and lost the capacity to consent to receiving medical assistance in dying; and

    • (c) the second substance was administered to the person in accordance with the terms of the arrangement.

 

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