Georg Bollig, MD, MAS, PhD, DEAA is a physician and researcher After medical studies at the universities of Cologne, Vienna and Seattle he became a specialist in anaesthesiology, pain therapy and palliative care. He received a Master degree in Palliative Care and Organisational Ethics from the University Klagenfurt/IFF Vienna. His PhD at the University of Bergen, Norway was about Palliative Care, ethical challenges and end-of-life decision-making in nursing homes. Georg has done scientific work in various fields and has published books and scientific articles on anaesthesiology, pain therapy, emergency medicine, nursing home medicine, palliative care and ethics. He has been a board member of the Norwegian Palliative Association from 2009-2016 and is speaker of a working group on Palliative Care in long-term care facilities of the Hospiz- und Palliativverband Schleswig-Holstein and a member of a working group of the German association for palliative medicine on palliative medicine for non-cancer patients. From 2016 to 2022 he has been working as senior consultant in Palliative Medicine at the University hospital of Southern Jutland and as Associate Professor in Palliative Care at the University of Southern Denmark. Currently he works as senior consultant in palliative medicine and head of Palliative Medicine at the Academic teaching hospital Helios Klinikum Schleswig in Germany. Georg has first published the idea of a Last Aid Course and is the leader of the International Last Aid working group. His main research interests are public palliative care education (PPCE), Last Aid Courses and tele-palliative care.