Given this it is no wonder that the vast majority of UK doctors, when polled, are opposed to assisted dying, as are the British Medical Association, the Royal College of Physicians, the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Association for Palliative Medicine.
What does APM stand for?
APM stands for Association for Palliative Medicine
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- Assistant Payroll Manager (various businesses)
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- Assistant Project Manager
- Associação de Pais e Mestres (Brazil)
- Associação de Professores de Matemática (Portugal)
- Associação Paulista de Medicina (Brazil)
- Associate Program Manager
- Association des Propriétaires de Muscadet (French boating association)
- Association for Project Management (UK)
- Association for Psychoanalytic Medicine
- Association of Podiatrists of Malta
- Association of Professors of Medicine
- Association of Project Managers
- Asynchronous Payload Mapper (ANSI)
- Asynchronous Process Manufacturing
- Asynchronous Programming Model (computing)
- Atmospheric Passivation Module (semiconductor industry)
- Atmospheric Pressure Mass Spectroscopy
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About two thirds of doctors in most surveys are opposed to any change in the law along with all the major medical institutions including the BMA [British Medical Association], RCGP, RCP, British Geriatric Society and the Association for Palliative Medicine.
| PUBLIC CONCERNS: Dr Bee Wee, president of the Association for Palliative Medicine
: BARONESS FINLAY'S PROFESSIONAL HISTORY AND ACHIEVEMENTS:General practitioner 1981-86; Palliative medicine 1987-; Marie Curie Cancer Care 1987-; Member Expert Advisory Group on Cancers 1993-97, Chairman Association for Palliative Medicine 1995-98;
Both the Association for Palliative Medicine and the National Council for Hospice and Specialist Care Services of the United Kingdom have recently presented written and oral evidence to the House of Lords Select Committee on Medical Ethics.
When considering this subject we should not forget that the Royal College of General Practitioners, the Royal College of Physicians, the British Geriatric Society, the British Medical Association and the Association for Palliative Medicine all oppose a change in the law on assisted-suicide.
The management of cancer-related breakthrough pain: Recommendations of a task group of the Science Committee of the Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain and Ireland.