Australia's nurses are on the frontline every day, working with dying patients and their families and providing treatment, care and emotional support. They witness more than anyone else the full and personal impact of Australia's lack of voluntary euthanasia laws.

Nurses Susie Byrne, Angie Black, Sandy Bradley, Coral Levett and Anne Maxwell share their experiences working with dying patients and their families, and why we need a voluntary euthanasia law in Australia.

If you are a nurse and would like to share your experience, please get in touch.

"A lot of nurses feel it should be an option."

"It's heartbreaking to see families endure it."