Medical Chamber urges citizens to report doctors who spread panic among general public


Healthcare professionals should share views based on scientifically proven facts and refrain from promoting and sharing speculation and unverified information. It is always important, especially in conditions of a pandemic, for health professionals to be guided in their activities by the Code of Ethics, the Law on Health Care and evidence-based medicine, distancing themselves from any political or any other kind of influence, the Medical Chamber said Wednesday after views of anti-vaccine doctors have emerged in the public eye.

According to the chamber, every healthcare worker has a significant role in creating public opinion and through public sharing of personal views and opinions influences the building of views and opinions of other people.

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