In a Johns Hopkins Survey, 90 percent of doctors said they’d rather die by cardiac arrest than be resuscitated. Only a quarter of the public feels the same way.

Are Doctors More Likely to Refuse CPR? Evidence that doctors approach their own end-of-life care differently from everyone else Do doctors respond to the prospect of their own deaths differently from the way other people do? That’s what Dr. Ken Murray, a clinical assistant professor of family medicine at USC, suggested last November in a …

In a Johns Hopkins Survey, 90 percent of doctors said they’d rather die by cardiac arrest than be resuscitated. Only a quarter of the public feels the same way. Read More »