Minister Coca: Punishment will increase if laws are enacted to prevent violent crimes related to health

Assessing health violence, Health Minister Fahretin provided information on the Coca-Cola Bill, which plans to amend some laws to prevent violent crimes in health and to end wrongdoing and injustice.

“It’s not the fault of an individual or the fault of an organization or professional group.”

“Crime and punishment are personal. The fault of an individual is not the fault of an organization or a professional group.” Minister Coca said, “As a society, we named healthcare workers as the health forces when the epidemic was terrible. None of us can allow this to happen now. Let’s not underestimate this proper duty that suits us. We have two forces, one defending his nation against the enemy and the other protecting his nation from disease. This society, which is an army-nation, cannot separate these two armies, “he said.

Minister Koker’s full statement is as follows:

“At the outset of my speech I would like to say that I would like to make a comprehensive assessment based on some of the factors that trigger our sensitivity as a society nowadays.

“The state is a force to be reckoned with.”

  • The state is the collective consciousness, the embodiment of society. It is both a result and a guarantee of unity and integrity. The state has made itself responsible for understanding the needs of its citizens and seeking redressal if necessary. He is always by our side with his school and hospital, security forces and judiciary, administrative institutions, justice and mercy. The state is sympathetic to the weak and a unifying force against those who disturb the peace.

Mr. The words that our president often uses, this state is a sacred state. Just as Harz Om had the morality to hold himself accountable for the sheep that would take possession of the wolves on the banks of the Tigris River, our holy state also has a policy of evaluating its people and being at their service.

“Even if the government is perfect, the work can sometimes conflict with it.”

  • The state runs its business with its trained people, which it has allocated to serve its people. These services may encounter problems from time to time. Although the goal of the state is perfection, the process can sometimes oppose it.

For example, the need for suspended healthcare services during an epidemic has increased the density of our hospitals. Health workers, who worked with superhuman strength during the epidemic, began to have difficulty. I don’t think it’s fair to assume that those we used to admire on the balcony can now continue the same performance without interruption. We are in crisis.

We should know that our healthcare workers have also been severely affected by the epidemic due to difficult lifestyles around the world and the expected improvements have not yet been implemented.

“We need to be understanding and patient.”

At the present time, we should never forget that mutual understanding, humility and respect between the health worker and the patient is a healing force. We need to be understanding and patient when we get health care. Instead of tackling problems individually, we should rely on government solutions. Hospitals are the jewel in the eye of this holy state. If people make mistakes, we should avoid tagging these organizations or any professional group with those mistakes.

  • We know; Incidents of violence are beginning to affect the patient-physician relationship even more. I want to say this immediately and warn those who try to do full justice to this respected society on the basis of increasing violence.

As the epidemic subsides, many countries are reporting an increase in violence against healthcare workers. The increasing incidence in our country is usually due to people who are prone to crime or have committed crime before, in some cases addicted to drugs, have personality structures that see themselves above rules and government authority and also tend to lose their behavioral control during stress.

  • It is not a coincidence that many people who use physical violence against their doctors and nurses, especially family members, have other cases of violence. Verbal violence constitutes a serious part of violent incidents. In our view, the source of this group’s violence is the tension between the patient or the patient’s relatives and the health worker, arising from false expectations. I believe that by rationalizing expectations and managing tensions, we will overcome the problem in this area with the steps taken for healthcare professionals.

This state is the state of law. Any problem reflected in the law, including health violence, is not pre-convicted and the other party is not pre-convicted and victimized. If the diagnosis is to the physician, then to the judge. For this reason, I would like to ask our physician friends and our entire community. Have faith in justice. The new legal regulations enacted will give you comfort in advance. Don’t forget that attempts to put violent crimes on the agenda and expose the perpetrators have negative consequences and may even lead to unfounded opposition.

  • An agenda that does not have adequate prohibitions against crime creates a tendency towards crime in some problematic personality structures. Demonstrating state power as sensitive to the truth comes back to us like a boomerang. Let’s stop this harmful attitude!

The often short-lived relationship between patient and physician is, essentially, a rare one. One side needs to understand while the other side is responsible for understanding. It is a relationship based on respect, not accepting bad behavior and based on the professionalism of the physician. We will not allow the shadow of violence to fall on this relationship. Society is with us. But it is also important to understand: just as healthcare professionals need to understand, so do patients who come to us.

  • One week ago, in celebration of Medicine Day on March 14, Mr. Our President has given 5 great news. The first three of them were promises of development for which we were ready to make every effort. The word was step by step, and then step by step.

The bill was introduced in our Parliament and sent to the Judiciary Commission to amend some laws to prevent violent crimes in the field of health and to end errors and injustices in the field of misconduct.

This bill would prevent pre-trial for intentional injury. Again, the bill would criminalize health care prevention, increasing penalties for violence.

The possibility of filing a lawsuit based on misconduct will be established subject to the approval of the Professional Responsibility Board. The provisions that form the basis of the proposal have a historical consequence: if there is no intention, the burden of compensation will be lifted from the physician. The state will cover the complaints of the citizens. Unfortunately, our community is not excited to hear from these developments. Why is that?

Unfortunately, events that we have experienced before have happened. Instead of meeting around problem solving, they gathered around current examples of problems. An event whose course should have been left in the hands of the law almost led to a siding and separation.

It is a mistake to deviate from the real agenda that promises our future and peace. On the other hand, crime and punishment are personal. The fault of an individual is not the fault of an organization or a professional group. The majority of good society make-up. People are instinctively good, good behavior enhances good.

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Minister Koker’s statement on health violence: This society cannot separate the two armies

Health Minister Fahretin Coca has assessed the violence against healthcare workers. Emphasizing on the personal issue of crime and punishment, Koka said, “As a society, we named the health workers as the Health Army when the epidemic was terrible. None of us can allow this to happen now. Let us not underestimate this rightful duty. We have two forces, one defending his nation against the enemy and the other protecting his nation from disease. The army-nation society cannot separate these two armies. ‘ Says

As a society, we named healthcare workers as the Health Army when the epidemic was terrible. None of us can allow this to happen now. Let us not underestimate this rightful duty. We have two forces, one defending his nation against the enemy and the other protecting his nation from disease. Army-nation This society cannot separate these two armies.

I would like to end with three points:

-We are sensitive to the rights of the patient.

-We will further enhance the relationship between the patient and the health worker.

– Against all forms of violence in the field of health, against the unjust costs incurred by health workers in lawsuits. We will take the necessary steps under the leadership of our President.

I would like to convey to our people and healthcare professionals: Our greatest strength is the importance that our President places on the rights of patients and the law of his employees.

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