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Doctors are questioned within the Somali physician’s homicide case

LAHORE: Police in Multan on Thursday widened the scope of the investigation and summoned different docs for questioning in a homicide case of a physician from Somalia who was discovered useless in a hostel of Nishter Hospital two days in the past. Dr. Abdul Rehman, a pupil of Fellow of College of Physicians and Surgeons (FCPS) belonging to Somalia, was discovered along with his throat slit within the rest room of Jamal Bhutta Hall (often called Doctors Hostel) Nishtar Hospital Multan on Wednesday. He lived in room no.…

the hardening of the doctors’ strike does

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, social discontent in the medical sector is increasing. Doctors who are members of the three main unions in the public sector have decided to radicalize the strike. They are not happy with the government's response to their demands. They demand a regulation of the administrative situation for about 5,000 of their colleagues, in addition to an increase in the salaries…

doctors in the public sector choose

As of Tuesday, July 20, 2021, doctors in the public sector will stop taking care of emergencies in public health institutions. The doctors' unions have therefore decided to raise the gear after seeing what they call the failure of the negotiations with the government. as reported from Kinshasa, Kamanda Wa KamandaGathered at…

state doctors must decide on

Will state doctors play the extensions of their strike observed for a week in the DRC General Assemblies of their various unions are expected to vote on Sunday. On Saturday, the ministers of civil administration and health presented proposals in hopes of ending the movement. as reported from Kinshasa, Kamanda Wa Kamanda According to what the doctors' unions in the public sector say they understand, the government is proposing a two-step solution to their demands. "We basically remembered that the government has told…

Black bodies and white doctors: dive into

Racism has a history and medical literature tells like no other about prejudice, explains historian Delphine Peiretti-Courtis, in a book published by La Découverte. During the nineteenth century in Europe and throughout the 19th century, the debate raged between polygenists and monogenists, in other words between those who…

Uganda: medical doctors wish to persuade

In Uganda, the Ministry of Well being estimates that roughly 1.4 million persons are HIV-positive within the nation. But when the therapy is free, many determine to not take the drugs. Worry of discrimination, denial of the illness, melancholy, medical doctors should do actual work to lift consciousness to be certain that their sufferers observe their suggestions.…

angry day for doctors who demand important changes

Nurses have gone out into the country to condemn working conditions that have become unbearable. Nearly 10,000 white coats marched in Tunis to demand a profound reform of a health system at the end of its rope. as reported from Tunis, Michel PicardAnger is felt in the long procession that links the Ministry of Health to the…

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