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Residents share how to respond to the government’s ‘commencement order’ on social media - 1

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Oh Jin-song = While residents are protesting against the increase in medical schools and have announced mass resignations, it has been reported that residents are sharing ways to deal with the government’s ‘commencement order’ through social networking services (SNS).

According to the medical community on the 19th, ‘Interns and residents must read! An online post titled ‘How should we respond to the order to start work?’ is spreading through social media.

This post provides guidance on how to respond by type of service when the government issues an order to resume work to doctors who have stopped practicing, how to write reasons for resignation, and whether to renew a contract with the hospital.

The Ministry of Health and Welfare has repeatedly emphasized that once residents begin to resign en masse, a work commencement order will be sent to their contact information in accordance with Article 59 of the Medical Service Act, and those who fail to comply with the order will be severely punished.

However, just because the government issues a business start order, it does not take effect immediately. Since the order takes effect only when it is directly delivered to the doctors, controversy may arise over whether it has been delivered.

The Ministry of Health and Welfare delivered an order through the head of the hospital training department in 2020 when residents opposed the expansion of medical schools and refused treatment.

This time, in order to avoid becoming embroiled in controversy over delivery, orders are being delivered in three ways: text, mail, and notification from the training director.

However, some point out that even this is ineffective if the mobile phone is turned off or there is no evidence that the message was checked.

The Ministry of Health and Welfare announced that it has completed its legal review regarding service.

Park Min-soo, Second Vice Minister of Health and Welfare, said at the ‘Doctors’ Collective Action Central Accident Control Headquarters regular briefing’ on this day, “The government has examined all possible scenarios,” and “We have completed all legal reviews on how to exercise legal effect for each.” emphasized.

dindong@yna.co.kr

Report to KakaoTalk okjebo 2024/02/19 20:28 Sent

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