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Doctors only need to do hospital and clinical duties

Government doctors will soon no longer be required to take up administrative jobs to be considered for promotion.

Wider pool of doctors

DEGREES from another 20 foreign medical schools will be recognised in Singapore from next month to stave off an expected shortage of doctors.

Chua: Private doctors must volunteer and not just talk

Private medical practitioners should not pay mere 'lip service' in helping to resolve the shortage of doctors in government hospitals, Health Minister Datuk Chua Soi Lek said.

Lawyer: Doctors must talk to patients

Doctors should be taught to communicate with their patients to minimise allegations of 'wrong treatment' and negligence suits against hospitals and their staff, said a committee member of the Asean Law Association of Malaysia.

Foreign doctors face language barrier with patients

FOREIGN doctors in government hospitals are having difficulty communicating with their patients because they cannot speak Malay, according to I>China Press/I>.

Zimbabwe doctors say patients dying due to drug, equipment shortages

HARARE (Reuters) - Doctors said on Wednesday that patients in Zimbabwe's biggest state hospital were dying due to a lack of medicines and basic supplies, brought on by a cash crunch that has crippled the economy.

New Zealand hospitals crippled as thousands of doctors strike

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Nearly 80 percent of junior doctors across New Zealand walked off work at public hospitals on Tuesday, after a breakdown in union talks with the government over working conditions and wages.

Injured athletes must trust their doctors for own good

PUTRAJAYA: Injured athletes, especially those preparing for the Kuala Lumpur SEA Games, must have faith in their doctors.

Groups welcome insurance and education plans for doctors

PETALING JAYA: Consumer groups have given their thumbs-up to the move that makes it mandatory for doctors to have indemnity insurance and attend continuing education courses as conditions to renew their annual practising certi­­ficate (APC).

Zimbabwe doctors call off strike ahead of civil service walk-out

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean junior doctors on Sunday called off a three-week strike saying the government had partially met their demands, a day before a one-day walk out by other public sector workers.