A union of hospital practitioners calls for "
an indefinite strike from Monday
" against a recent reform of the "
which accelerates the careers of new doctors but not those already in post.
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If we create an injustice between the very young and those who have kept the public hospital until now, everyone will leave
," Anne Geffroy-Wernet, president of the National Union of Practitioners, told AFP extended hospital anesthetists-resuscitators (SNPHARE) which represent all hospital practitioners.
Acted in July, the abolition of the first three career steps is favorable to new recruits, but those who were recruited before 2020 "
see themselves at a disadvantage by four years of seniority compared to their colleagues appointed this year
", denounces the SNPHARE which claims to follow "
one and the same seniority grid
This movement, according to our feedback, will be extremely followed, by hospital practitioners of all ages and all specialties,
" said the union Friday.
I think that we will exceed 70% / 80% of strikers in the blocks
", explains Anne Geffroy-Wernet adding that the consultations will also be affected by this strike "
of urgent and non-urgent care
The movement concerns all hospital practitioners, from anesthesiologists to surgeons, including psychologists, pediatricians and cardiologists.
It's not just a matter of salary, if there are not enough of us, patient care is in danger,
” adds the president of SNPHARE.
An analysis shared by the emergency physicians of Amuf, as well as the practitioners of the SNMH-FO who also state that this measure will "
empty the hospital of its doctors