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PUTRAJAYA: A possible solution to the woes of contract doctors is in sight, and one of them involves getting public universities to lower their intake of medical students, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
From DR RAJINDEER SINGH, Seremban.
KUALA LUMPUR: Contract positions provide less stability and certainty to workers but house officers (HOs) have been found to be performing more professionally and with greater enthusiasm to ensure they get a permanent position, says the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA).
KUALA LUMPUR: Uncertainties about contract posts have made it hard for medical professionals to start a family and to apply for specialisation, says Malaysian Medics International (MMI) chairman Dr S.S. Vikkineshwaran.
A CARING community is one that looks after each other’s well-being.
As education institutions that turn out graduates responsible for the health and lives of others, medical schools also have a social responsibility or accountability to society.
FROM DR MANIMALAR SELVI NAICKER Histopathologist and Statistician
FROM A CONCERNED DOCTOR , Johor Baru
KUALA LUMPUR: A survey by Malaysian Medics International (MMI) through doctors’ groups on social media showed that two-thirds of 52 doctors who had completed their housemanship still did not know if they would get contract or permanent medical officer (MO) posts.
KUALA LUMPUR: The first batch of contract house officers (HOs) completed their two-year training at the end of last year but many say they have yet to receive appointment letters to a contract or permanent medical officer (MO) post.