79% of Nurses say ‘No’ to assisted suicide Monday 22 December 2008 PDF Print only 20.9% of UK nurses think that assisted suicide should be legalised here A recent survey carried out on Nurses.co.uk showed that only 20.9% of UK nurses think that assisted suicide should be legalised here. With the recent high profile cases of UK citizens opting for assisted suicide in clinics overseas it raises the question of whether it should be legalised here in the UK. European countries such as Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg already allow assisted suicide to take place legally and there are growing calls in other European countries including the UK to follow suit. “With Nurses being on the front line of care here in the UK we wanted to get their opinion on this sensitive subject” stated Matt Farrah, Sales Director of Nurses.co.uk. “The results show overwhelmingly that nurses here in the UK would like the law to remain as it is and for assisted suicide to remain illegal.” Nurses.co.uk is a leading portal for Nurses and Nursing Jobs here in the UK. Over 30,000 nurses visit our site every month to search over 3000 vacancies, share opinions on the forum and get up to date news on the health care industry. ----------------------------- Contact Information: Nurses.co.uk – Niche Jobs Ltd Engine House Chuley Road Ashburton Devon, TQ13 7DH Tel: 01364 654750 email: email@example.com Contact: Matt Farrah This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Niche Jobs Ltd in the following categories: Health, Education & Human Resources, Medical & Pharmaceutical, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.