Information about the eligibility conditions, talking to your doctor, and the voluntary assisted dying process.
Do I meet the conditions for voluntary assisted dying?
You can only access the voluntary assisted dying medication if you meet the seven conditions set out in the law.
Getting information from your doctor about voluntary assisted dying
You should speak to a doctor or other health practitioner when you are thinking about voluntary assisted dying - only you can start the converstation.
How to talk to your doctor about voluntary assisted dying
Information that will help you get ready to talk to your doctor about voluntary assisted dying.
What process do my doctor and I need to follow?
A guide to the process for asking for voluntary assisted dying and accessing the medication.
What if my doctor is unwilling to help me?
Not all doctors or other health practitioners (such as nurses) agree with voluntary assisted dying.
Preparing to take the medications
Some things to think about and prepare if you decide you want to take the medications.
After death occurs
This information may be helpful if your carer, family, friend or support person wants to know what to expect after your death, including practical information about what to do immediately after your death, as well as support services they can contact to help them through their grief.
Feedback or concerns
What to do if you have any feedback or concerns about your experiences with the voluntary assisted dying process.
Reviewed 02 June 2019