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Of the 300 doctors who took part, 37 per cent supported legalising AD in New Zealand. Among the 470 nurses, 67 per cent were in favour. However, if it were to become legalised in this country, training programmes and protocol should be established well in advance.https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/third-nz-doctors-support-assisted-dying-studyKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox. These included having enough health workers trained and willing in the practice, clear protections within legislation for professionals, and guidelines and standards for practice. Those respondents also overwhelmingly saw the provision of most of that support as the responsibility of the medical and nursing professional bodies. The study, published in the NZ Medical Journal, highlighted barriers to legal AD. The study involved an online survey in which there were 770 replies. The authors noted that many doctors still opposed AD, suggesting it remained far off in New Zealand. Third of NZ doctors support assisted dying – studyTVNZ One News 2 June 2017Family First Comment: Sheesh – pretty desperate for supporters of assisted suicide to promote this study!“The study involved an online survey in which there were 770 replies. Of the 300 doctors who took part, 37 per cent supported legalising AD in New Zealand. Among the 470 nurses, 67 per cent were in favour.”Hardly a voice of the medical profession!Over a third of New Zealand doctors and two-thirds of nurses support legalising assisted dying, according to an Auckland University study.Of those who would be willing in principle to provide assisted dying (AD) services, most said there should be ethical and practical support available to doctors and nurses making those decisions.That would ensure procedures were carried out correctly.
That left some online pros scratching their heads.We’re not sure what this means, Tom. https://t.co/ibm9gnu5X6— Sporting News (@sportingnews) January 30, 2020Is Brady walking away from football? Will he leave the Patriots when he becomes a free agent in March? Is he heading back to the field for a 21st season? Is he staying in Foxborough?Well unless your legs bend backwards its look like you’re hanging up the hat and calling it a day, you have enough jewels from all your superbowl rings to make a Thanos infinity gauntlet, so from all the fans of other teams, thank god the nightmare is over and enjoy your family.— Brett Rose (@9e76a351efa944f) January 31, 2020He’s walking into Gillette…Brady is staying home 😁🙏🏽— My Info (@ShadGT14) January 31, 2020FREE-AGENT QBs: Ranking the 2020 class, from Tannehill to Brady IS THIS ANOTHER BLUE VS. GOLD DEBATE? (Or, in honor of Brady’s alma mater, maize?)Are we seriously doing this again? pic.twitter.com/r9mKKbBuKE— Sporting News (@sportingnews) January 30, 2020Brady has long said he wants to play until he’s 45. He’ll be 43 when the 2020 season begins. But he’s coming off one of his worst statistical seasons in 2019 and a home playoff loss to the Titans — WHO ARE COACHED BY MIKE VRABEL, WHO USED TO CATCH TOUCHDOWNS FROM BRADY! (Sorry, the “He’s leaving the Patriots” crowd got me for a moment. The Titans seem to like Ryan Tannehill just fine under center.) When Tom Brady tweets, people on Twitter often lose their minds. TB12 decided to have fun with the masses the Thursday of Super Bowl week by posting this cryptic image of him walking in the tunnel at Gillette Stadium — and nothing else. SN showed Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey the tweet at the Super Bowl in South Florida. His call was decisive.I showed Jalen Ramsey the @TomBrady tweet and he didn’t have a hard time interpreting it pic.twitter.com/lRUbTkzcyH— Tadd Haislop (@TaddHaislop) January 31, 2020ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that Brady’s picture is not related to his football future, but didn’t offer a different explanation.Am told that this tweet is not related to Tom Brady’s football future. Repeat, not related to his football future. But the speculation sure is fun. https://t.co/DmUcn5vCvK— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 31, 2020But on and on the speculation will go, until Brady stops laughing at us and makes an actual announcement.
Tournament director Billy Aki said 47 rugby league teams from all over Port Moresby had shown interest to play but this will be cut down.He said teams who are serious about playing must pay their registration fees before Friday.He explained teams from Hanuabada, Tatana and Porebada were just some of the teams that were yet to confirm their participation and would be axed from the list if they did not confirm their participation.All 32 teams will be placed into 8 pools. “The prize money of 50,000 kina will be broken up and I will announce at a later date how this money will be shared among the winning teams,” said Aki.The Governor’s Cup will run from the 23rd-26th. Games will be played at the Kone Tigers field as well as at Ipi Park, Hohola.