Health ministry says looking for ways to revive healthcare system
Health Minister Dr Zaliha Mustafa says that a targeted approach is being planned.
No strong evidence linking houseman's death with bullying, task force finds
It also says that the majority of respondents in a survey on the healthcare work culture in the health ministry describe it as positive.
A year after hartal, contract doctors still searching for hope
While some improvements have been made, they say this is still far short of their requests.
Johor short 15,000 to 18,000 nurses, says exco
Ling Tian Soon says Malaysian nurses receive attractive offers from Singapore where they are paid more due to the exchange rate.
Specialist doctors named on housemen bullying list, says Khairy
He says all five doctors named are still on duty although investigations are being carried out.
Putrajaya adds over 4,000 permanent spots for govt doctors, pharmacists
Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin also pledges the creation of at least 1,500 such positions every year until 2025.
Prague Covid ward staff do away with protective suits
Medical staff at the Covid ward of Prague's General University Hospital now only wear face masks, gloves and plastic aprons as protective gear.
One face mask per week: Regional health body in Spain guilty of neglecting Covid medics
The court ordered the authority to pay compensation of between 5,000 euros and 49,180 euros to each of 153 affected doctors, with those who contracted the virus getting larger sums.
Govt dangling up to RM37,000 a month in bid to attract medical specialists
Those in more senior positions could earn that much, deputy health minister says.
Local medical grad output ‘below health ministry projection’
Institutions of higher learning in the country produced 2,967 medical graduates last year, 958 of them from public universities and 2,009 from private universities.
Only 4.2% of contract doctors offered permanent posts since end-2016, says health ministry
Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin says they are working on a projection of the number of medical officers who need to be appointed on a permanent basis.
No state election, please: an appeal from Malaysia’s doctors
The Malaysian Medical Association says no state election should be held until the Covid-19 situation stabilises.