JKJPA hails Taj’s decision
Srinagar, Jan 25: The Jammu and Kashmir Junior Physicians’ Associations (JKJPA) Friday welcomed the Medical Education Minister, Taj Mohiuddin’s decision to set up offices in the premier hospitals of the state.
In a statement, the President of the association, Dr Syed Sajad said that the decision would encourage the faculty to perform their duties with dedication, sincerity and hard work.
JKJPA also welcomed the ban on private practice by HODs. “We demand its extension to the whole faculty in order to improve the patient care, teaching and research in these medical colleges,” Dr Sajjad said.
He said the Tertiary Care Hospitals could not be run by students but the faculties. “The have to be available full time for these Medical College Associated Hospitals,” Dr Sajad said.
The association expressed hope that the newly appointed ministers for Medical Education and Health will work in unison for improving the overall health scenario in the state.
“We hope that both the Ministers would show positive attitude towards the vital sector in collaboration with various associations of doctors and try to remove the unnecessary hurdles that are created by some vested interests,” the President said. “It will provide a smooth space to Medical professionals to serve the society better.”
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