Year: 2001 Source: Annals of Internal Medicine, v.135, no.10, (20 November 2001), p.884-888 SIEC No: 20030398

This article examined physicians’ willingness to be involved in cases of capital punishment by surveying 1,000 randomly selected practicing physicians. Results indicated that many physicians would be willing to be involved in the execution of adults. Approval of assisted suicide was correlated with this willingness to participate in executions of adults. (18 refs) (SC)