How has the OSD affected our state hospitals?

African Journal

Vol. 99, No. 11 Nov 01, 2009

“The long-awaited occupation-specific dispensation (OSD) process for state-employed doctors has now been concluded. The final offer, signed and accepted in the bargaining chamber despite being rejected by 92% of doctors in a SAMA survey, has not received much attention or fanfare. At the conclusion of this process, which has been drawn out over several years, many points have emerged that are extremely worrying for the future of health care in this country.”

Author
Allan Taylor
David le Feuvre
Jeannette Parkes
Raymond Abratt

Region
Southern Africa

Country
South Africa

Topic
Retention

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