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Should CPR policies influence saving another person?

An employee at a senior living center in California who identified herself as a nurse refused a 911 operator's instructions to begin CPR on a resident stating that it was "against her employer's policy."

http://www.wbir.com/video/2207824998001/1/Should-CPR-policies-influence-saving-another-person http://bc_gvpc.edgesuite.net/img/963482463001/201303/1015/963482463001_2207630199001_961896998-29788-1362615500351.jpg?pubId=963482463001 Should CPR policies influence saving another person? An employee at a senior living center in California who identified herself as a nurse refused a 911 operator's instructions to begin CPR on a resident stating that it was "against her employer's policy." lawCaliforniaNew York9-1-1CPRhealth/medicalvpcNational NewsWGRZnursing home 02:39

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