With salaries on par with those of secretaries, Czech MDs prepare for strike

Elash, Anita
July 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/27/99, Vol. 161 Issue 2, p185
Academic Journal
Reports that Czech Republic doctors voted to go on strike because they want a salary increase. Organization of the strike by Dr. Milan Kubek, the internist who leads the physician trade union, LOK; Health care spending in the country; Earnings of physicians, according to the medical licensing body, the Czech Medical Chamber; Doctors' demands being rejected by the Czech government.


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