Publications

Who is eligible for voluntary assisted dying? Nine medical conditions assessed against five legal frameworks

White, Ben, Willmott, Lindy, Del Villar, Katrine, Hewitt, Jayne, Close, Eliana, Ley Greaves, Laura, Cameron, James, Meehan, Rebecca, Downie, Jocelyn (2022) Who is eligible for voluntary assisted dying? Nine medical conditions assessed against five legal frameworks University of New South Wales Law Journal.

Voluntary assisted dying in Victoria, Australia: A values-based critique

Willmott, Lindy, Del Villar, Katrine, White, Ben, Westwood, Sue (2021) Voluntary assisted dying in Victoria, Australia: A values-based critique Regulating the End of Life: Death Rights, pp.55-73.

Comparative and critical analysis of key eligibility criteria for voluntary assisted dying under five legal frameworks

White, Ben, Close, Eliana, Willmott, Lindy, Del Villar, Katrine, Downie, Jocelyn, Cameron, James, Hewitt, Jayne, Meehan, Rebecca, Ley Greaves, Laura (2021) Comparative and critical analysis of key eligibility criteria for voluntary assisted dying under five legal frameworks University of New South Wales Law Journal.

Participating doctors’ perspectives on the regulation of voluntary assisted dying in Victoria: a qualitative study

Willmott, Lindy, White, Ben P., Sellars, Marcus, Yates, Patsy M. (2021) Participating doctors’ perspectives on the regulation of voluntary assisted dying in Victoria: a qualitative study Medical Journal Of Australia.
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Prospective oversight and approval of assisted dying cases in Victoria, Australia: a qualitative study of doctors’ perspectives

White, Ben, Willmott, Lindy, Sellars, Marcus, Yates, Patsy (2021) Prospective oversight and approval of assisted dying cases in Victoria, Australia: a qualitative study of doctors’ perspectives BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care.
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Legislative Options to Address Institutional Objections to Voluntary Assisted Dying in Australia

White, Ben, Willmott, Lindy, Close, Eliana, Downie, Jocelyn (2021) Legislative Options to Address Institutional Objections to Voluntary Assisted Dying in Australia University of New South Wales Law Journal Forum, 2021 (3), pp.Article number: 3 1-19.

Junior doctors and conscientious objection to voluntary assisted dying: Ethical complexity in practice

McDougall, Rosalind J., White, Ben P., Ko, Danielle, Keogh, Louise, Willmott, Lindy (2021) Junior doctors and conscientious objection to voluntary assisted dying: Ethical complexity in practice Journal of Medical Ethics.
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Voluntary assisted dying and the legality of using a telephone or internet service

Del Villar, Katrine, Close, Eliana, Hews, Rachel, Willmott, Lindy, White, Ben (2020) Voluntary assisted dying and the legality of using a telephone or internet service: The impact of Commonwealth ‘Carriage Service’ offences Monash University Law Review.

Assisted dying and evidence-based law-making: A critical analysis of an article’s role in New Zealand’s referendum

White, Ben, Willmott, Lindy, Downie, Jocelyn, Geddis, Andrew, Gavaghan, Colin (2020) Assisted dying and evidence-based law-making: A critical analysis of an article’s role in New Zealand’s referendum New Zealand Medical Journal, 133 (1520), pp.83-90.
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Does the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2017 (Vic) Reflect Its Stated Policy Goals?

White, Ben, Del Villar, Katrine, Close, Eliana, Willmott, Lindy (2020) Does the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2017 (Vic) Reflect Its Stated Policy Goals? University of New South Wales Law Journal, 43 (2), pp.417-451.
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Professor Ben White’s other publications are available online.