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Thailand Medical News  Jan 01, 2019
A hospital in Thailand facing a shortage of nurses has turned to robots to fill the void. With a recent heavy influx of new patients, The Mongkutwattana General Hospital in Bangkok can’t find enough qualified human staff to keep up with demand. They have recently hired three robot nurses and even dressed them in the hospital’s yellow uniform.   The robot nurs...
Source: TCIJ (Thai Civil Rights and Investigative Journalism)  Oct 29, 2018
The president of the Nursing Union of Thailand (NUOT) led a delegation to meet with the Thai Parliament’s Extraordinary Commission on the Draft Amendment of Compensation Fund Act .NUOT’s President, Ms Mullika Lunnajak, provided information on the actual experiences of nurses and other workers employed at state hospitals and workplaces across Thailand. Civil servants and other types of ...
Staff Writer, TMN  Jul 23, 2018
Britain's planned exit from the European Union is expected to result in restrictions on EU workers coming to the country, which could create further recruitment difficulties for the NHS.       The British government will loosen immigration rules to allow more doctors and nurses from outside the European Union to come and work for Britain's National Health Service (NHS), ...
Staff Writer, TMN  Jul 22, 2018
In order to expedite service at its hospital, Yanhee Hospital has adopted the practice of getting its nursing aides to use rollerblades to deliver files, test results, x-ray films, prescriptions etc. However TMN staff observed that none were using helmets and safety gear and neither was there specific zones for them in the hospital , so hospital vissitors and patients need to be more careful! ...