Chris Docker, M.Phil., is an established and award-winning writer in Law and Ethics in Medicine, producing key works for the professions, academics and the public from topics that include living wills, death & dying, to human transplants. For over 30 years he has been one of the world's leading researchers into the reality of 'self-deliverance' - the methods to accomplish one's own easy, peaceful and dignified death - when all other measures to relieve suffering and indignity have been tried. He is Director of Exit (no connection with 'Exit International') and has led Exit's interactive workshops run for many years across the UK. The Five Last Acts series series of books is his third work on self-deliverance. Short bibliography: -Collected Living Wills, 1992. -Departing Drugs (principal author) 1993 -Beyond Final Exit (co-author) 1995 -Advance Directive / Living Wills, in: Contemporary Issues in Law, Medicine and Ethics (ed. S.A.M. McLean) 1996 -The Way Forward, in: Death, Dying and the Law (ed. S.A.M.McLean) 1996 -Living Wills, in: Finance and Law for the Older Client (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, Gen.Ed. C.Whitehouse) 2000 (updated 2003) -Ethical and Legal Dilemmas with Organ Transplants, in: Health Services Law and Practice (eds: M.Bloom, A.Harris, S.Waddington) 2001. -End of Life, in: Health Services Law and Practice (eds: M.Bloom, A.Harris, S.Waddington) 2001. -Five Last Acts 2007 (2nd edition, 2010. 3rd edition, 2013.) -Items appearing in the British Medical Journal: Problems with advance refusals (20 Aug 1999); Ethics untwisted (27 Aug 1999); Living wills - Britain still in the dark ages? (21 July 2000); Legal clarification on living wills (19 Oct 2000); Assisted dying: The least worst" course of action? (24 Oct 2012).