Health Ministry wants to end 'toxic work culture'


Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad (left) with Sultan Nazrin Muizzudin Shah (centre) at the Malaysian Medical Association annual dinner banquet on Saturday. -Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: The “toxic work culture” of healthcare practitioners, has to end, said Health Minister Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

The Health Ministry is looking into ways to reduce the workload of its staff, especially junior doctors, Dr Dzulkefly said at the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) annual dinner banquet here on Saturday (June 30).

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