Hospital: 1,200 healthcare professionals sound the alarm on forum
An article published in Le Monde on Thursday, October 5, warns 1,200 hospital medical staff about their working conditions and patient admissions. – (information about France)
An article published in Le Monde on Thursday, October 5, warns 1,200 hospital medical staff about their working conditions and patient admissions.
It’s a platform that sounds like a wake-up call. A newspaper The worldThursday, October 5, 1,200 hospital medical workers were warned about their working conditions. They point the finger at 15, the SAMU emergency number in France.become a triage tool for emergency access“. The signatories cite the closure of emergency services, poor patient admission conditions, but also the elimination of 80,000 hospital beds between 2003 and 2019. A subject that raises questions for themunreasonable ethical dilemmas“, they write.
“Currently, due to staff resignations, some hospitals in France have up to 30% closed beds, sometimes entire wards. So that you don’t end up on a stretcher in the corridor, we’ll be obsessed with sending you home“, health care specialists warn. They finally condemn patient triage, part of the logic of what they call “the hospital Business“. Faced with this situation, the signatories ask the deputies to vote for the bill already passed in the Senate, which provides for the ratio of caregivers to the number of patients in the hospital.
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