Dr. Stefanie Green
Dr. Stefanie Green spent 10 years in general practice and another 12 years working exclusively in maternity and newborn care. She changed her focus in 2016 and now spends the great majority of her clinical time working in assisted dying.
Based in Victoria BC, Dr. Green is the co-founder and current President of the Canadian Association of MAiD Assessors and Providers (CAMAP). She is medical advisor to the BC Ministry of Health MAiD oversight committee and moderator of CAMAP's national online forum.
Dr. Green enjoys speaking about MAiD to the public, to health care communities and to a wide range of audiences locally, nationally, and internationally. She is clinical faculty at UBC and UVic, and she is the author of an upcoming book with Scribner about her first year providing assisted dying in Canada.
In the Press
- Circle of life: Former Victoria maternity doctor now helps terminally ill end their suffering – Vancouver Sun (2017)
- At His Own Wake, Celebrating Life and the Gift of Death (John Shields) – The New York Times on medical assisted dying in Canada (2017)
- MAiD and Dementia- Gayle Garlock’s story, a radio documentary on CBC’s The Sunday Edition (2019)
- Dying on Your Own Terms – a short documentary of Will Pegg featuring Dr. Green – WedMD video (2018)
- Will Pegg Will Die – CBC’s The Current (2017)
- Dr. Ronald Bayne’s experience – the Globe and Mail newspaper (March 2021)
- Dr. Green’s Q&A interview in MacLeans Magazine (Nov 2016)
- New Legislative Changes – Toronto Star newspaper (March 2021)
- CBC Radio interview (August 2016)
- CBC Radio interview – The Current (June 2016)