Doctors made ‘scapegoats’ for SA health system problems: union

Doctors are reluctant to raise concerns about problems in the public health system, their South Australian union has warned. “The current environment in SA Health is just shutting that down, to the point where clinicians really don’t get any support in raising problems when they recognise them,” Dr David Pope of the Salaried Medical Officers Association said. He urged health managers to be made more accountable. “We see, time and time again, doctors being made scapegoats for systemic problems,” he said. “Many doctors have been well aware of issues and have tried to raise them over a period of time,…
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