About 100 rural doctors gathered at the Public Health Ministry office yesterday to protest against a new public health policy to pay a hardship allowance based on performance.
Dr Kriangsak Watcharanukulkiat, president of the Rural Doctors Society, right, takes about 100 doctors working in rural districts tomeet a Public Health Ministry executive yesterday. The group is protesting against changes in the rules for paying hardship allowances to rural doctors. TAWATCHAI KEMGUMNERD
The doctors wore black as they met public health administrators to demand an explanation and review of the policy.
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