Hassan Shojaei, the head of the Article 90 Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, told a Fars News Agency health reporter about the follow-up of the 90th Article Commission on the decision to increase the capacity of medical education: “Based on the follow-up of the Article 90 Commission of the Ministry of Health Has submitted its proposal to the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution to increase the admission capacity of dental disciplines and medical specialties. Unfortunately, contrary to the decision of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution, the Ministry of Health does not intend to increase the capacity of dental admissions and medical specialties.
Referring to the plan presented by the Ministry of Health to increase the capacity of dental admissions, he said: “While people are in dire straits to access dental services and the price of these services has become astronomical due to the shortage of dentists, the Ministry of Health proposes to increase only 5 Provides a percentage of student admission capacity for 5 years.
The representative of the people of Abhar, Khorramdareh and Soltanieh also said: “Unfortunately, this plan was presented while the admission of dental schools has decreased by more than 25% in the nineties, and this shows the ineffectiveness of the plan proposed by the Ministry of Health to improve public access to dental services.” Is. Because after 5 years, we will finally reach the student admission capacity in the early 90’s.
He pointed out: The study of the experts of the Principle 90 Commission shows that the admission capacity of dental schools in the past years and even in the 60s has been more than twice the current admission capacity, and this means the ability to have facilities to increase dental capacity.
Regarding the increase in the capacity of the specialty admission commission, the head of the 90th principle commission said: “Despite the severe shortage of specialist doctors, especially in some specialties such as cardiology, ophthalmology and urology, as well as the emphasis of the Ministry of Health officials on the shortage of specialists, the Ministry of Health has officially announced no plans.” No specialist to increase capacity.
In the end, while criticizing the performance of the Ministry of Health in implementing the resolutions of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution, Shojaei said: “These proposals are not acceptable at all and we hope the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution will reform the plan of the Ministry of Health in the national interest.” If not, MPs are ready to defend the public rights of the people in the field of health against the monopolists.
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