"Excessive shortages of medical staff did not meet the needs of treatment entities and patients. The Supreme Audit Office assessed that the Minister of Health acted in an ad hoc manner and failed to ensure proper planning and development of medical staff. There was no long-term strategy to determine, among other things, the number of doctors and nurses needed, no proper analytical tool for estimating staffing needs was created, full data on medical professionals was not taken care...
Lukasz Jankowski: There is no permission for students to play with their dreams
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- We are faced with an outrageous situation. A report by the Supreme Chamber of Control is shown, which could even be called shocking, if it were not for the fact that we have been emphasizing for many years that we have a collapse in the education of medical personnel. At the same time, medical faculties are being allowed to start at universities that have no facilities," is how the president of the Supreme Chamber of Physicians commented on the latest NIK report in the Onet Rano program, which follows an audit that covered the Health Ministry, 28 universities and 31 medical entities.