KSA – University Medics Could Face Private Sector Ban

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Sources claim a ruling banning all health workers in universities from working in the private sector is at hand.

The sources said that the Ministry of Higher Education believes the decision, which was backed by a recent meeting of the Health Services Council and now requires final approval from above, will have an “adverse affect on the educational process, with outstanding doctors leaving universities to join the private sector”.

Link to the article:
http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentID=2010120488576

 

And so the student becomes the teacher….

Only this time the lessons are not the good ones.

Time and again ministries and politicians think the public are better served by limiting their choices. 

Let’s put this another way….time and again ministries and politicians fail to learn from other countries’ experiences.

And every now and then, young markets tend to mimic the practices of more mature markets.

Only here the more mature markets don’t have it right either.

Apparently the ministry believes the decision will have an “adverse affect on the educational process, with outstanding doctors leaving universities to join the private sector.”

So right they are…….HK

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