Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

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Outline Goal: inform Introduction Miss Chanwalee Srisukho (The Medical Council of Thailand spoke woman) warned the Thai graduates to treat patients with care. Chanwalee’s message implied that more doctors are being sued. Her message aimed toward obstetricians and gynaecologists as they got lots of medical malpractice lawsuits. Chanwalee think that the current situation is ruining the medical industry. Thesis statement: I agree with Chanwalee as increasing lawsuits against doctors may lead to medical industry impairment. Topic 1: Firstly, increasing lawsuits instill the feeling of anxiety within doctors, which in turn, unable…show more content…
Miss Chanwalee Srisukho, the representative for The Medical Council of Thailand warned the Thai graduates. She mentioned that the patients, ranging from judges, prosecutors, lawyers, or even relatives of singers who give birth at hospitals, should be treated with care. Through her message, it was implied that doctors are being sued more than ever. Furthermore, her message is especially aimed toward obstetricians and gynaecologists whom medical malpractice lawsuits are frequent. Chanwalee then ended her speech, claiming that the current situation is ruining the medical industry as almost all of the doctors are frightened to be sued. Personally, I support Miss Chanwalee’s claim as increasing lawsuits against doctors may lead to medical industry…show more content…
Given how doctors are stressed as they fear being targeted for lawsuit, they can’t perform their professions properly due to the fear that always linger around. Furthermore, if this continues, the situation seen from whom aspired to be doctors may lead them to abandon what is initially their dream and ultimately decreases the number of available physicians. I feel that even though it is in every right for patients to claim their rights through lawsuit, they should also consider that that being a doctor is not easy and sympathize more with the physicians. If not, the patients themselves will have no medical services provided by those they sued in the future, resulting in a situation that no one
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