Voluntary Assisted Dying in Queensland
The Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2021 (the Act) was passed in September 2021. Voluntary assisted dying will be available to eligible Queenslanders from 1 January 2023.
Queensland Voluntary Assisted Dying Implementation Conference
The Queensland Voluntary Assisted Dying Implementation Conference will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, and virtually, on Saturday 29 October 2022.
Register to join and learn more about the conference, including the program and speakers.
Queensland Health is putting in place the clinical and administrative arrangements needed to ensure that voluntary assisted dying is high quality, safe, accessible, and compassionate.
The eligibility requirements to become an authorised voluntary assisted dying practitioner.
Information on voluntary assisted dying for health services, including private hospitals, hospices and residential aged care facilities
Learn how voluntary assisted dying substances will be managed in Queensland, including the pharmacy service and authorised disposers.
People living in regional, rural and remote areas will be able to access voluntary assisted dying.
Support is available for those looking into voluntary assisted dying.
The Voluntary Assisted Dying Review Board will provide independent oversight and monitor compliance with the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2021.
Learn how the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act 2021 was developed, including consultation, feedback and parliamentary process.