Zika: Health Ministry to meet National Fatwa Council over medical advice for pregnant victims [VIDEO]

Zika: Health Ministry to satisfy National Fatwa Council over medical recommendations for pregnant victims [VIDEO]

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry will be meeting the National Fatwa Council next week to talk about on medical advice for pregnant ladies contaminated with the Zika infection, said its minister Datuk Seri Dr S.Subramaniam. Dr Subrmaniam was reacting to a concern on whether pregnant ladies contaminated with Zika would be permitted to undergo an abortion. “The Cabinet has instructed the ministry to talk about the matter after taking scientific and Islamic perspectives into consideration. “Our stand on abortion is that it is only enabled if there is a threat to the pregnant mothers,” he told an interview, here today. Federal Area Mufti Zulkifli Mohamad Al-Bakri was previously reported as stating that fetus abortion of a lady contaminated with Zika can be done if it could bring difficulty, sadnes …
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Junior physicians strikes WILL go ahead: Debilitating 5-day walk-outs to start next month as the BMA neglects

pleas to scale down action The first of a series of crippling 5 day strikes by junior medical professionals looks set to go ahead next month, regardless of fears over client safety. British Medical Association (BMA) leaders have remained in talks today to discuss whether to call off the strikes planned between now and Christmas. But a representative stated ‘the BMAs position has not altered’ and the commercial action will go on as prepared. Since January junior physicians have been locked in a bitter row with ministers over a brand-new contract that will see them paid less for weekend work. The Federal government insists the revised deals are essential to provide a seven day NHS service but junior physicians rejected a settlement brokered in the spring. Recently Ellen McCourt, the chairwoman of the junior doctors committee at the BMA, revealed a s.
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“> See all stories on this subject Mother attacks findings of probe into doctor who ‘improperly’discharged her psychologically ill Barrow kid three days prior to he was discovered dead THE mum of a man who took a deadly overdose three days after he was released from a mental health unit following an “inadequate” assessment has criticised an examination’s findings into the medical professional included. Dr Mark James Fielding, an expert psychiatrist at the Dova Unit in Barrow, was the subject of a physical fitness to practise probe by the General Medical Council in relation to the death of Justin Forsyte, 42. ASSOCIATED SHORT ARTICLE: Barrow dad died days after release from care Mr Forsyte was discovered dead at his house in Schneider Road, Barrow, on July 15 2012 after taking an overdose of codeine. He had actually been sectioned under the Mental Health Act but was released from the Dova System by Dr Fielding on July 12, who later on admitted the choice was based upon a “10 to 15 minute discussion with colleagues” …
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“> See all stories on this subject Council stops short of setting fees, lays out basic principles rather SINGAPORE– Doctors must not charge fees of a level that would bring the profession into “disrepute”, and fees need to be charged for services straight rendered by the physician or those under his supervision, and not imposed on top of fees paid to other doctors by the patients. This notice was part of a 64-page revised principles code and guidelines for physicians launched on Wednesday (Sept 14) by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC), but the council stopped short of directing a body to set fees– which was an idea mooted by a committee tasked with checking out the disciplinary procedures of doctors in 2014. Explaining the decision to set the guidelines, the SMC stated: “The neighborhood admires physicians as becoming part of a noble occupation. “As such, earnings intentions should be subservient to …
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