Carol Gill quoted in American Psychological Association article on assisted dying

DHD professor emeritus Carol Gill is quoted in this American Psychological Association article titled, “Assisted dying: The motivations, benefits and pitfalls of hastening death.”

“The biggest concern to Gill and others is that people from disadvantaged groups might consider hastened death because their health-care needs are not being met. There are well-¬≠documented disparities in access to health-care services, with people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, those with lower health literacy, and members of ethnic or racial minorities being less likely to receive adequate care, including palliative care services.”