For years, the Medical Council has been seen by many as biased and inefficient in handling complaints against doctors’ misconduct. Photo: Sam Tsang For years, the Medical Council has been seen by many as biased and inefficient in handling complaints against doctors’ misconduct. Photo: Sam Tsang
For years, the Medical Council has been seen by many as biased and inefficient in handling complaints against doctors’ misconduct. Photo: Sam Tsang

Time for doctors to get on board with changes to Medical Council

Reforms are aimed at enhancing public participation and monitoring of the medical profession; introducing more lay members is just common sense

For years, the Medical Council has been seen by many as biased and inefficient in handling complaints against doctors’ misconduct. Photo: Sam Tsang For years, the Medical Council has been seen by many as biased and inefficient in handling complaints against doctors’ misconduct. Photo: Sam Tsang
For years, the Medical Council has been seen by many as biased and inefficient in handling complaints against doctors’ misconduct. Photo: Sam Tsang
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