The country has taken measures to protect the rights of phys

Although domestic medical personnel face many professional dilemmas, in recent years the state has also intensively introduced multiple measures to safeguard the basic rights and professional dignity of doctors.

In 2015, the Criminal Law Amendment (IX) has officially put "medical trouble" into the penalty, resulting in the inability to carry out medical treatment, resulting in serious loss of the plot, the chief element can be sentenced to a maximum of seven years. Since July 2016, the country has launched a one-year special campaign against illegal crimes.

In terms of personnel training and financial input, in 2014, China officially launched the implementation of the standardized training system for residents. At present, there are 400,000 resident doctors in China's standardized training, and the shortage of talents in general, pediatrics, and psychiatry is accelerated through multiple channels.

From 2011 to 2015, the central government has invested a total of about 6 billion yuan to support the training of general practitioners, grassroots health personnel training, clinical emergency training for talents, professional training for public health institutions, training for health management personnel, and county-level backbones. Physician training and other projects.

In terms of salary and benefits, the "Several Opinions of the State Council's Leading Group for Deepening the Reform of the Medical and Health System Reform on Further Promoting the Reform of the Medical and Health System" was put forward in November 2016. It is proposed that the local can be combined with the actual situation to reasonably determine the salary level of public hospitals according to relevant regulations. Gradually increase the proportion of personnel expenditures to operating expenses.

Recently, the National Health and Health Commission and the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine issued the "Opinions", stressing the need to steadily increase the salary level of medical staff. In addition, the "Opinions" also stressed that it is necessary to arrange medical staff for rest and vacation.