The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) says it will before long be compelled to dismiss lab results without approval by qualified research facility doctors.
It says it will do the danger if the current stalemate between the Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists (GAMLS) at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) and the two research facility doctors posted there, isn’t settled by the Ministry of Health.
Leader of the Ghana Medical Association, Dr Forthcoming Ankobea, tended to the press toward the finish of the third National Executive Council meeting last Sunday.
“All things considered, the GMA and its individuals might be compelled to dismiss lab results without approval by qualified lab Physicians at a point on schedule”, he cautioned.
The gathering additionally required a quick finish to all types of dangers, provocation and attack coordinated at Laboratory Physician inhabitants and experts by the individuals from the clinical research facility researchers.
“Any remaining types of dangers (counting however not restricted to kill and real mischief), provocation and attack coordinated at these Laboratory Physician occupants and Specialists should stop forthwith”, Dr Forthcoming Ankobea added.
Reestablish research facility doctors constrained out of different emergency clinic labs
The GMA is further requesting that research facility doctors constrained out of different emergency clinic labs, in the midst of the strains between lab researchers and specialists, be reestablished.
The Komfo Anokye Chapter of the Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists started a one-week plunk down strike on Thursday, May 20, 2021, to request an inversion of the choice to move two research facility Physicians who had been moved to the clinic’s lab division.
Individuals from the part at that point proclaimed an inconclusive strike that began on Thursday, May 27, 2021, following the one-week plunk down strike.
Following the turns of events, the GMA is requesting that all inhabitant clinical specialists in and preparing with the Ghana College of Physicians Surgeons and the West African Colleges of Physicians, and those seeking after programs in Laboratory Medicine “ought to be conceded unbound full admittance to all applicable research facility spaces inside the different educating locales.”