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Rates Of Hospital Infection Continue To Be Kept Secret
The Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (TASZ) has sued the Ministry of Human Resources over the latter’s refusal to publicize requested statistics on rates of infections contracted in specific hospitals. more »
General Practitioners To Gather Sensitive Data On Patients Beginning Next Year
General practitioners in Hungary will begin asking their patients questions regarding personal data for the construction of an electronic database starting next July, reports hvg.hu. more »
HR Minister Addresses Intl Conference On Integration Of The Deaf
Sign language is the bridge between hearing people and those with hearing disabilities, Human Resources Minister Zoltán Balog said in his address at the 3rd international conference of the World Federation of the Deaf in Budapest. more »

Military Hospital, Ambulance Services Hold Exercise On Fictitious Explosion In Budapest


Military Hospital, Ambulance Services Hold Exercise On Fictitious Explosion In Budapest
The health centre of the Hungarian army and the national ambulance services held a joint exercise on Tuesday morning which involved a fictitious explosion in Budapest. Defence Minister István Simicskó said after the event that Hungary is one of the safest countries in Europe but continuous efforts are needed to preserve this status every day. more »

Patient Waits 18 Hours At ER


Patient Waits 18 Hours At ER
A patient had to wait 18 hours at the emergency ward of Budapest’s Jahn Ferenc hospital, RTL Klub reported on Monday. The patient and an acquaintance arrived at the hospital at 4 p.m., but had to wait for their turn until 10.45 a.m. the following day. more »

Local Opinion: Hungarians In Favour Of Euthanasia & Abortion, Not So Keen On Capital Punishment


Local Opinion: Hungarians In Favour Of Euthanasia & Abortion, Not So Keen On Capital Punishment
Some 71% of Hungarians support euthanasia, according to a poll conducted by Závecz Research in co-operation with Index website. Only 21% oppose it and 6% did not express an opinion. more »



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