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  1. Are we talking about bribes? I quite rarely come across this. No, I know doctors and even entire departments and centers that do this, but compared to the total number of doctors, this is a drop in the bucket.

    More often, it means that the doctor is doing extra work. You are not satisfied with your precinct officer and you want someone else to come to you? Or his own, but on his legal day off? Do you want a certificate for a home-based kindergarten? I can hardly call it a bribe. And there is no moral wrong here, imho. Although illegal, of course

  2. In what sense did they know, but what are they doing? Usually, a bribe is to do something for money, which is part of the basic duties. For example, there is a waiting list for treatment of a certain disease, but for a certain amount of money, a person will be prescribed treatment out of turn, and so on.

    This is a way to earn money. Not all doctors can get a better-paying job relative to the state polyclinic. So they find such “part-time jobs”.

    There are doctors who earn hundreds of thousands of rubles, there are those who barely gain a hundred. If there is no way to move on, the temptation to take a bribe is high.

  3. Doctors do not take bribes,they take payment for their work,because the state cannot pay for highly qualified work of a doctor.A bribe has a different definition, doctors are not officials

  4. Interesting arithmetic lessons.

    My training costs under the contract of 6 years 25-30 thousand hryvnias a year. I'm a state employee, I was lucky here. After 6 courses, I must complete an internship from1.5 to 3.5 years for 15-60 thousand rubles per semester (6 months) – today in our beautiful country it is only paid. After that, I am offered a job for 3200 hryvnias per month (I don't take into account the corruption warehouse yet, when you need to pay extra for being hired (but I didn't say that and I don't know anything about it.)

    Renting an apartment now costs from 3 thousand for a one-room apartment without a hostess and other services. Let's say I already have my own place to live. Then I only pay for the comunalka-we count:

    30 sq. m heating – 1400 month in winter, 400month in summer. In December 2018 – +22%, in April 2019-another +18% to these figures.

    Gas, light and water-comes out about 400-800 hryvnia, depending on the season.

    A kilogram of meat for today is 100-140 UAH.�

    This is despite the fact that I do not have children, a car, travel, chronic diseases and the purchase of large household appliances (look what I wanted, a slave).

    Conclusion 1: I will take bribes. Just because the salary of even a doctor for one and a half rates in 5-6k (which is forbidden in normal countries, because productivity drops) does not allow you to live. I may even put the question squarely – you pay, I do what I think is better (than putting myself at risk, including), no – I work according to the protocol.�

    If everyone wanted to shit on the rules from a high bell tower, then I'm not going to live in the name of ephemeral honesty, which will not give me a new joint, or buy me meat.

    Conclusion 2: You have created such a society yourself. The more you say, ” the Hippocratic oath, you're all obligated, and so on.” No, you will be saved, of course. But no one's going to kick ass. I know a huge number of people who are studying – and, believe me, their thoughts are identical. No one owes anyone anything, you have to pay for everything.

    P.s. I do not require a villa in Greece or an infinity pool under my private house window. I demand to be able to live.

  5. Do they take bribes, or extort them? Let's get this straight.

    Secondly, you need to understand that everything is bad with medicine in the Russian Federation. Just a week ago, a child in kindergarten was given directions for “Manta”, and yet yes, I now know that “Manta” is done on Fridays, in the morning, and not on Mondays, in the afternoon. The question is, what did I do? �Correct. I took the child to a paid medical center. Paid money – is this a bribe? Yes, in fact, the state forced me to use a paid service. Approximately the same scheme worked in all other cases, with the only difference being that sometimes paid services go on the side, sometimes in the same institution, sometimes money through the cash register, sometimes in the pocket in cash. What do you think that if not for the poor state of medicine in the field, the chief physician would not have organized the work of the vaccination office? Wouldn't you have arranged for the purchase of equipment? Wouldn't you set salaries for doctors?

    And you personally – do not want to pay bribes, vote in elections according to your conscience, or go to paid medical centers, you can also go abroad. Kobzon chose the second way.

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