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One family’s experience with end of life choice

Updated: Mar 15

Read more now in the latest AMRF newsletter.

Our latest newsletter is testimony to the life-changing medical research that is being undertaken and we hope you enjoy reading about our early career researchers' work that features:

Cover page of AMRF's June 2023 newsletter
  • One family's heart-wrenching experiences with Parkinson's disease and end of life choices

  • The urgent need for financial support to maintain career continuity for early career medical researchers

  • Early detection in a family with early-onset dementia

  • New faces on our board of trustees

Interested in the latest advances in cancer research? Click to send us an email to register your interest in our upcoming August webinar with LIVE Q&A with researchers.


Have your explored our web page to find out more about how you can contribute to medical research, like neuroscience, heart health, cancer, prenatal development and more? And don't forget, donations, large or small, are always welcome.


Click below to read and download the PDF newsletter

2023 June AMRF Newsletter
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Learn more at this free webinar, hosted by A/Prof Gary Cheung.


The research team for The End of Life Choice Act 2019 at the Department of Psychological Medicine and School of Nursing, University of Auckland, invites you to a free webinar on assisted dying research in Aotearoa New Zealand on 4 April 2024.


In a two-year project (funded by the Auckland Medical Research Foundation) the researchers explored the experiences of health practitioners who have been directly or indirectly involved in providing assisted dying under the End of Life Choice Act.


They also explored the perspectives of Māori whānau and non-Māori families of individuals who used the Act, considered using the Act but ultimately did not, or did not use the Act. This study provided an opportunity for health professionals and whānau/families to reflect on their experiences of assisted dying in Aotearoa.


Learn more on the event flyer: https://bit.ly/2024-Assisted-Dying-Webinar


Assisted dying research webinar - 4th of April 2024
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