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Only two doctors serving at Mukah hospital that ideally needs nine

DOCTORS at Mukah District Hospital have their hands full.

Zimbabwe doctors strike again for better pay as economy struggles

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean doctors at public hospitals went on strike on Monday for the second time this year to demand better pay and conditions, a union official said, as President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government struggles with a deteriorating economy.

Shortage of doctors in state

MIRI: The Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) has called on the Health Ministry to reverse a decision to freeze applications for the setting up of new medical schools in the country.

Shopping for doctors

Seeking second, third, or fourth opinions when it comes to diseases, especially cancer, is not uncommon.

East European doctors plan joint protest in November

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Doctors in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic will hold a symbolic work stoppage next month in protest against low pay and reforms they say are undermining health care by shifting too much power to insurers.

Study: Nearly half of US doctors struggle with burnout

NEW YORK: Job burnout strikes doctors more often than it does other employed people in the United States, according to a national survey that included more than 7,000 doctors.

Specialist doctors a vanishing breed in Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Ear, nose and throat specialist Abu Samir laments that he has only one colleague left to call after an exodus that has robbed Iraq of about 70 percent of its most qualified doctors.

Timely tonic for long-suffering government doctors

The recent increase in on-call allowances for government doctors should act as a tonic to the thousands of such medical staff who have been getting very low pay for their work. Comment by V.K. CHIN

Finally, government doctors and specialists get their dues

GOVERNMENT doctors must be feeling really high with the latest round of salary adjustments and better promotion prospects. They may need some medication to bring them down to earth again. COMMENT by V.K. CHIN

More US doctors can use computers, gaps remain

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. doctors increasingly have access to computers to look up information on their patients, but more than half still don't have digital health records or the ability to write electronic prescriptions, a study released on Wednesday found.