End of Life Ireland

Register of Healthcare Professionals

We recognise that it can be difficult for healthcare professionals to publicly support providing Medical Assistance in Dying.

Sadly, assisting someone to access Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) at the end of their life is punishable by up to 14 years imprisonment. It follows that that no-one can ask for an assisted death because it might put someone in danger of prosecution. We are campaigning to remove that criminal offense and permit doctors to provide a Voluntary Assisted Dying service in very restricted circumstances.

As such we have created a highly secure and high confidential register of healthcare professionals who support End of Life Choice. Your personal data will be held on secure servers in a system founded and financed by the United Nations body UNOCHA.

We will never share your personal data and we will never use your personal data for marketing purposes. We are gathering this data solely to count Healthcare Professionals in Ireland who support End of Life Choice. We will report on this data in aggregate, for statistical purposes and to further the campaign to facilitate medical assistance in dying in Ireland.