"How to Die in Oregon is highly recommended for all
public, academic, and high school audiences."

– Charles J. Greenberg, Cushing
Whitney Medical Library,
Yale University

"The film is very powerful and does a great job
of sparking class discussion."

– Dena S. Davis, J.D., PhD.
Bioethicist - Presidential Chair
in Health -- Humanities/Social Sciences
Lehigh University

"Whether one supports or opposes the Oregon and Washington
assisted suicide law, this film is an excellent springboard
for discussing and critiquing the values that support them
in this particular culture."

– Rev. Dr. Bernard Teo C.Ss.R.,
S.T.D. Yarra Theological Union
Melbourne, Australia

"Whatever your position on physician-assisted suicide,
you should see the movie “How to Die in Oregon"
...the movie raises important questions about end-of-life care,
physician-assisted suicide, and the way in which we
as a society deal with (or refuse to deal with)
the inevitability of death and dying."

– Sean Philpott, PhD,
MSBioethics The Bioethics Program
Union Graduate College
-Mt. Sinai School of Medicine

"How to Die in Oregon" examines one of the foremost medical, ethical, and legal issues of our time. With profound intimacy and unprecedented access to patients, doctors, social workers and historical figures, the film offers educators, students and academics invaluable insight into this unique law.

"How to Die in Oregon" is an essential teaching and research tool for:

  • bioethics, philosophy and religious studies
  • health and biomedical law
  • medical disciplines including palliative care, oncology, psychiatry, gerontology, hospice and nursing
  • continuing education programs

This award-winning documentary is also an important addition to all public library collections.

The Educational license grants public performance and classroom viewing rights to universities, colleges, libraries, high schools, hospitals, community groups and other institutions. “How to Die in Oregon” is also available for non-theatrical screenings.

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"This film is extraordinarily authentic. It very much captures
the difficult and personal decision of terminally ill individuals
who pursue physician assisted death.
My students were very moved by this presentation."

– Linda Ganzini, MD, MPH
Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine