In the complaint, the text of which was obtained by “The Seventh Day” after the Medical Syndicate announced the start of the investigation of the Ethics Committee in it, Mosbah said: He tried two months ago through the Listening and Follow-up Committee concerned with monitoring violations of doctors’ appearances on satellite programs and social media platforms, where addresses are published. Clinics, medical centers and hospitals, which is a flagrant violation of the Medical Ethics Regulations, and is exacerbated by many violations, including: reviewing cases and publishing their photos without written consent and delving into the details of treatments and medicines that are still in the process of scientific research, as well as telephone consultations during the program.
The complaint stated, that the violation here is against the regulations of professional ethics on the part of the doctors, and a breach of the media cooperation protocol and the regulation of the appearance of doctors on the part of the media, noting that more than 84 violations were monitored in this aspect within two months, and Mosbah said in his complaint: The matter made worse an attempt The follow-up of the various social media platforms, which are motivated by an attempt to spread and compete, which led to the transformation of medicine into a commodity and a market governed by the standards of supply and demand, and led doctors to this quagmire that transcends the profession and its mission.
He added: Up to the artist’s incident Yasmin Abdel Aziz Recently, the matter has gone beyond many doctors to try to “ride the trend” as it is called by publishing details about the health condition and penetrating its privacy, including Dr. “J. Sh” and others from our professors who taught us medicine through their hands, and I was hoping that they would be a high example in adhering to the ethics of the profession.. The complaint is from them and them, and I ask all of them, whether I acknowledge the violation or not, that they adopt the consolidation of professional ethics and help the Syndicate to prevent the lofty profession from drifting to the slopes of “trends.” Inside Egypt, the country’s economy is deprived of millions of hard currencies that medical tourism pumped to Egypt years ago, as it was the destination of treatment for many people in the Arab and Middle Eastern region before turning to Turkey, Southeast Asia and Europe