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Plan to end reliance on foreign doctors

ENGLAND wants to train more doctors so that it can end its reliance on foreign recruits for the state-funded National Health Service after it leaves the European Union.


Doctors less satisfied, more burned out with electronic records

Most doctors who use electronic health records and order entry software tend to be less satisfied with how much time they spend on clerical tasks and are at higher risk of burnout than others, according to a new study.


Are unethical doctors treating patients?

Would you trust your health to someone who faked results to get into a medical school?


Doctors' use of computers during appointments leaves patients less satisfied

Doctors who entered data into computerised health records during patients' appointments did less positive communicating, and patients rated their care excellent less often, in a recent study.


When doctors can't even afford a Proton

IN the old days, doctors drove Volvos but now they cannot even afford a Proton, says Qualitas Healthcare chairman and managing director Datuk Dr Noorul Ameen.


MMA seeks exemption for doctors to register as data users

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) is seeking an exemption for doctors to register with the Commissioner of the Personal Data Protection as users of patients’ data.


'After Tiller' gives voice to US late-term abortion doctors

PARK CITY, Utah: Forty years after the legalization of abortion in the United States, just four doctors offer controversial late-term procedures, and are the subject of a documentary at the Sundance film festival.


Two special teams to probe claims by 11 doctors at Tung Shin hospital

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have set up two special teams to investigate claims by 11 doctors at Tung Shin Hospital that tear gas was fired into the hospital compound during the July 9 illegal rally.


Govt may extend compulsory public service for doctors

The Government proposes to extend the compulsory public service for doctors to five or 10 years from the current three to overcome the annual shortage of doctors in its hospitals, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Senator Datuk T. Murugiah said Wednesday.


Govt needs 144 doctors to fill vacancies, part time

The Health Ministry is calling private doctors around the country to fill 144 vacancies in government clinics nationwide on a part time basis.