Senior doctors, each holding a piece of paper reading “angry”, stage a sit-in at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in 2015 for the Hospital Authority to give them a pay rise. There has been a chronic shortage of doctors in hospitals managed by the authority, but its human resources policy may not be conducive to the retention of long-serving, experienced staff. Photo: Felix Wong

How Hong Kong public hospitals are leaving senior doctors out in the cold

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals

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Senior doctors, each holding a piece of paper reading “angry”, stage a sit-in at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in 2015 for the Hospital Authority to give them a pay rise. There has been a chronic shortage of doctors in hospitals managed by the authority, but its human resources policy may not be conducive to the retention of long-serving, experienced staff. Photo: Felix Wong
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