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"Bill of Rights" for Hospital Staff?   Posted By Anon    Date : 04-Feb-08   05:54 PM     Reply

There is an article here (http://www.reuters.com/article/oddlyEnoughNews/idUSN0456361120080204?feedType=RSS&feedName=oddlyEnoughNews) regarding a so-called "Bill of Rights for Nurses" in China. The article states that Nurses are often attacked by angry patients or their families and that disputes between patients and hospitals are common. According to the article, there were over 10,000 attacks on hospital staff in 2006.

"The order by the State Council, or cabinet, stipulates that anyone who impedes nurses from performing their duties or who insults, threatens or assaults them, "must be punished according to the law," the official Xinhua news agency said."

DO you think that there is a need for such a "Bill of Rights" in India?


Replies to the above case discussion :

Re : "Bill of Rights" for Hospital Staff? - Dr Rajiv Pathni 05-Feb-08    01:57 PM

Re : "Bill of Rights" for Hospital Staff? - amjad parvez 10-Mar-08    06:53 AM




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