This is how to rehearse between insecurity, abuse and criminalization of doctors

“It’s a strong hand within hospitals. There are cases where those with the highest hierarchical rank, say, appointed doctors, ie those with a permanent position, are the only ones who can use the elevator and neither residents nor trainees can do that,” he commented on Twitter, such a situation , there is a lot.

Aaron Rico, of AMMIP added, “More than a formative stage, it looks like a military stage, that is, there is no absolute tolerance for mistakes. But at the same time, there is no tolerance and openness to any dialogue.”

Although they have gone through similar violent circumstances, Onover deplores that current education heads threaten and mistreat new students. Last Sunday, for example, they were threatened not to agree to their social service if they went on strike.

“We find ourselves in a somewhat rigid structure, excessively hierarchical, which seeks to avoid the student and tell him that he is, as we call it, cheap labor to move the health system forward,” he lamented.

The white coat revolution

After the national strike, the Minister of Health, Jorge Alcoser, announced that they are seeking to increase the amount of scholarships for doctors in training.

Although medical students are skeptical that this will ever come true, they see the potential changes as the result of their struggle.

“It’s the least that a doctor deserves in training, but it seems unreal to us. Because it means doubling what we earn, which is about 1,800 pesos a month. We spend our whole lives in the hospital for 1,800 pesos. If they say that to calm the population, I think it’s a serious lack of morality. Moreover, it is an aspect of everything that needs improvement,” said Onover.

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