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Daejeonhyup: “An opportunity to strengthen the voices of young doctors by combining their voices”

Employee held in the hands of a major

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(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Oh Jin-song = Residents, including interns and residents, who collectively resigned in protest against the government’s expansion of medical schools, are gathering on the 20th.

The Korean Medical Association (Daejeon Medical Association) announced on the 19th that it will hold an emergency extraordinary general meeting of delegates at the Korean Medical Association (Korean Medical Association) Hall in Yongsan, Seoul at 12 noon on the 20th.

As medical residents submitted their resignations as a group in opposition to the government’s medical reform policy, it is expected that future response plans will be discussed at the meeting on the 20th.

Representatives of each hospital’s residents attend the general meeting, but if attendance is difficult due to work or personal circumstances, another resident from the same hospital will attend instead.

The Daejeon Association encouraged attendance at the meeting, saying, “Even in teaching hospitals where the representative position is vacant or the resident council has not been formed, if we attend through internal discussions, it will be an opportunity for young doctors to join their voices and increase their power.”

Previously, all residents at the ‘Big 5’ hospitals submitted their resignations on this day and declared that they would stop providing medical treatment after 6 a.m. on the 20th.

Daejeon Association Chairman Park Dan, an emergency medicine resident at Severance, also submitted a letter of resignation that day and announced that he would not return to the hospital.

In fact, from this day onwards, residents are leaving from teaching hospitals across the country, and surgery schedules are being postponed, raising concerns about a medical gap.

The Ministry of Health and Welfare issued an order to maintain medical treatment for residents at all 221 teaching hospitals across the country and began conducting on-site inspections to determine the status of residents submitting resignation letters.

dindong@yna.co.kr

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