Dignity in Palliative Care

Dr Megan Best explores the origins of the term ‘Dying with Dignity’ and considers what really constitutes dignified care for those dying.

Death, Suffering and the Search for Meaning

In these podcasts Michael Jensen and Megan Best discuss issues around the end of life.

The discussion we need to have – but keep avoiding

In this article, originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald, Rev Dr Michael Jensen discusses what it means to die. See the associated podcast on our website.


Rev Dr Michael Jensen, Dr Megan Best and Dr Karin Sowada discuss perspectives of the euthanasia debate in this seminar for the Centre for Christian Living at Moore College, Sydney.

A Response to Euthanasia in Australia

A policy paper from the Christian Medical and Dental Fellowship of Australia.

A Good Death

Dr Megan Best considers what a good death might look like.

Assisted Dying Laws: Is suffering still the main problem?

Prior to its legalisation in Australia, Dr Megan Best discussed how recent debate about assisted dying laws has changed, and what’s at stake.

When Dad is Dying

In this article originally published on the Gospel Coalition website, Dr Megan Best considers how we should help our loved ones make decisions at the end of life.

Book Review: Legal Euthanasia 15 years on

Dr Megan Best reviews an account of the impact of legal euthanasia in Belgium.

Palliative Care and the Art of Dying Well

Dr Megan Best describes the value of Palliative Care at the end of life in this paper written for Palliative Care Week in 2021.

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