S-32.0001 - Act respecting end-of-life care

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50. A physician may refuse to administer medical aid in dying because of personal convictions, and a health professional may refuse to take part in administering it for the same reason.
In such a case, the physician or health professional must nevertheless ensure that continuity of care is provided to the patient, in accordance with their code of ethics and the patient’s wishes.
In addition, the physician must comply with the procedure established in section 31.
2014, c. 2, s. 50.