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    Parliamentary Health: We are facing a “glut” and a huge number of medical college graduates

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    Post by Rocky Fri 14 Apr 2023, 5:13 am

    [size=45][size=41]Parliamentary Health: We are facing a “glut” and a huge number of medical college graduates[/size]
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    The Parliamentary Health Committee announced that there is a “huge number” of medical college graduates.
    “There must be planning from the Ministry of Higher Education, in cooperation with the Ministry of Planning, to find out the extent of the labor market’s need for graduates, because what is happening now is a glut and a huge number of graduates of dentists, pharmacists, technical colleges, and institutes,” said Majid Shankali, head of the committee, in a press interview seen by “Takadum.” .
    He added, "This year, there is a surplus in medical personnel, pharmacists and dentists, and the need for appointments within two or three years from now, and we may reach sufficiency for another four years."
    "We have a medical apprenticeship law and we are bound by it, but there is a need to establish and build a private health sector to accommodate these graduates, because the government or public sector cannot proceed at this pace and appoint all these numbers," Shinkali said.
    And the Minister of Health, Saleh Al-Hasnawi, announced a few days ago that “the ministry does not need to appoint doctors and pharmacists for the next four years,” noting that “55% of the ministry’s budget goes to salaries and operating expenses.”

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