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Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Monday said the Maharashtra government should consider setting up a high power committee to look into the grievances of resident doctors in the state-run hospitals.
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Thursday asked the Maharashtra government to submit the CCTV footage of recent assaults on resident doctors in government hospitals at Dhule and Thane.
New Delhi: The AIIMS residents doctors have threatened to join the ongoing strike by residents doctors at west Delhi’s Deen Dayal Upadhyay (DDU) Hospital if the government doesn’t intervene urgently.
Mumbai: Bombay High Court has directed the Maharashtra government to file a report on the working conditions of resident doctors in state-run hospitals and medical colleges.
The sombre darkness of Friday midnight saw a ray of hope as a few resident doctors in Maharashtra, who had been on strike since March 20th, decided to finally resume their duties. Now that the storm seems to be receding, it provides an opportunity for us to look back at how the entire situation transpired.
New Delhi: Recent incidents in Maharashtra have posed a serious threat to a whole professional community who are regarded as our lifesavers. In two weeks, there were at least three reported incidents of violence against resident doctors in Dhule, Nashik and Sion. In all of the three cases, relatives of deceased patients abused and assaulted doctors without being met with any repercussions.
I am appalled at the way the Bombay High Court on Tuesday came down on resident doctors who decided to depart on a mass leave, following the horrific episodes of violence against doctors we’ve seen in the last few days.
New Delhi: The AIIMS Resident Doctors Association has condemned the suspension of five resident doctors on Sunday for alleged negligence, following the death of a pregnant nurse during treatment at the hospital.
New Delhi: The prevailing conditions of the government hospitals in Delhi are hideous. Well known hospitals like AIIMS, Safdarjung and RML don’t have sufficient equipment for treatment. One bed is shared by two-three patients. Urine bags are kept in extremely dirty conditions. The ones who suffer the most are the “young doctors”.
There are bad folks just as much there are good ones, and stereotyping is frowned upon. But what the serial here seems to be doing is stereotype and bracket all doctors as snobbish, heartless and villainous professionals.