WFME joins the ICRC list of signatories for the Health Care in Danger Declaration opposing violence against health care workers

WFME joins the ICRC list of signatories for the Health Care in Danger Declaration opposing violence against health care workers

Violence against health care workers must stop. This resolution applies to all aspects of health care, including the critical component of educating our young medical professionals on this important issue. See Declaration by Health Care in Danger community on violence against health care workers.

Health care workers save lives. In collaboration with the leadership of the World Medical Association and the International Council of Nurses, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) published a Comment piece in The Lancet on May 20, 2020, entitled “Attacks Against Health-Care Personnel Must Stop, Especially as the World Fights COVID-19.”

 

Pulish date: 28 May 2020
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