Praia, Jan 18 (Inforpress) – The Chairman of the Order of Doctors of Cape Verde stressed this Tuesday that the biggest challenges for the class in Cape Verde are the non-functioning of the National Health Council and a “fair” regulation for the continuous training of these professionals.
Danielson Veiga, who was speaking to the press in Praia, on the sidelines of the central event celebrating the 26th anniversary of the Cape Verdean Order of Doctors and the National Doctor’s Day, characterized the health situation in Cape Verde as “very favorable”, despite that there are still resolutions to be made.
One of the biggest concerns, he highlighted the legislation, stressing that the class aims for a “fair regulation” for specialty, continuous training, since, he recalled, science is innovating and developing every day, hence the need to create training policies continuous and specialized.
“In addition, we have to invest more in favor of those who work, both in the public and private sector. This is because our Constitution actually says that our health system is based on two sectors, that is, it is a mixed system, so both sectors must benefit from the same working conditions so that there is a good provision of care”, he alluded.