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Insurance for doctors

The cost of medical negligence is too high for modern-day doctors not to have indemnity insurance.

Too many doctors, too little training

The future remains uncertain for aspiring doctors unless more training hospitals are opened.

Can "time banking" give overworked doctors a break?

Can an experimental "time banking" system give overworked doctors a breather? The pilot project is analyzed this week.

MMA: Doctors declaring income in right manner

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has refuted reports implying that specialist doctors in private practice have been evading tax by wrongly declaring income under their private limited companies instead of their own names.

First, do no harm: Why doctors leave government service for private practice

There are various push and pull factors that cause doctors to resign from public service.

Hilmi: Govt plans to have only women doctors delivering babies

PETALING JAYA: A lack of women doctors in the obstetrics and gynaecology field is the only reason that the government has not mandated that only women doctors can deliver babies at public hospitals, says Deputy Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya.

Doctors welcome ‘long overdue’ regulations

PETALING JAYA: Lauding the Medical (Amendment) Act 2012 and Medical Regulations 2017, doctors say it would improve the quality of practitioners and benefit patients.

Doctors should not be made executioners under hudud

PETALING JAYA: Doctors are reminded to take their Hippocratic oath seriously and not cause any harm to people in view of Kelantan pushing its hudud law implementation in the state.

Nepal's 'ice doctors' risk all for sole Everest hopeful

Kathmandu (AFP) - Ang Kami Sherpa is one of Nepal's most experienced "ice doctors" -- the mountaineers who brave Mount Everest's treacherous Khumbu icefall to prepare it for the climbing season -- but even he is more nervous than usual this time round.

India probes claims ‘dancing doctors’ spurned patients

MUMBAI: Indian officials are investigating a complaint that patients were turned away from a hospital in Mumbai because the doctors were too busy dancing to see them, according to reports on Wednesday.