The following sources do not necessarily reflect CARE’s position and, likewise, may or may not be consistent with a biblical worldview. However, these sources are excellent resources for familiarizing oneself with the all sides of the issue.
Source: Christian Medical Fellowship
Debate of the Century: What does it mean to be human? Is it always wrong to take innocent human life? Peter Singer, Princeton bioethicist debates Nigel M. de S. Cameron, Ph.D on this important topic.
Care Not Killing interview: Pallative Care versus euthanasia – Dr Jeff Stephenson, Consultant in Palliative Medicine
Care Not Killing interview – Ilora Baroness Finlay, Professor in Palliative Medicine
The BMA Medical Ethics team promotes ethical standards in healthcare by providing individual ethics advice and guidance; lobbying for ethical standards in primary legislation; influencing public policy and advocating for human rights in health.
Care Not Killing is a UK-based alliance of individuals and organisations which brings together disability and human rights organisations, healthcare and palliative care groups, and faith-based organisations, with the aims of promoting more and better palliative care; ensuring that existing laws against euthanasia and assisted suicide are not weakened or repealed during the lifetime of the current Parliament and influencing the balance of public opinion further against any weakening of the law.
The Center exists to equip thought leaders to engage the issues of bioethics using the tools of rigorous research, conceptual analysis, charitable critique, leading-edge publication, and effective teaching. CBHD is a bioethics research center of Trinity International University and is supported by gifts and grants from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
CMF was formed in 1949 and currently has over 4,000 UK doctors and around 900 UK medical students as members. The aims of the CMF are to:
Discipleship – to unite Christian doctors and medical students in Christ, and to encourage them to deepen their faith, live like Christ, and serve him obediently, particularly through acting competently and with compassion in their medical practice.
All Party Parliamentary Group on Dying Well
The National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) is the umbrella organisation for all those who are involved in providing, commissioning and using palliative care and hospice services in England, Wales & Northern Ireland.