Navigating end-of-life issues

We know that, as Christians, we need not fear death, thanks to Jesus’ victory over the grave that first Easter. But facing our mortality and that of the people we love is never easy. Navigating all kinds of legal, ethical and medical end-of-life issues is often highly emotional, stressful and complicated. We asked Dr Clare Seligmann, a GP with a particular interest and expertise in aged care and palliative care and a member of the LCANZ’s Committee for Ministry with the Ageing, for her insights on some of these topics.

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