Saturday, January 28, 2023

Health workers are builders of social fabric: CEDH

Morelia, Mich., January 22, 2023. The state ombudsman, Dr. Marco Antonio Tinoco Alvarez, and the union leader of the XX Michoacán section of the SNTSS, Dr. Juan Gerardo García González, presided over a workshop given by the personnel of the Commission on Human Rights State Law, which called: ” Rights and obligations in the field of public health”.

According to a press release, Tinoco Alvarez, President of the ECHR, during her conference “The Role of Civil Society Groups in the Respect and Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms” affirmed that workers and health providers are the guarantors of the whole battery of human rights ” as builders of peace and social fabric”.

He indicated that the Durango constitution is the only one in the country today that establishes the human right to peace. “You promote rights to health, life, personal integrity, and what do you think promotes peace? It’s not just the absence of conflict, it’s social integration. What you do in your daily work is citizenship.” generate and reconstruct the social fabric.

And he said that “You are in charge of the care of life. Note how important it is that you, from your association, have the vision that you are transformers and creators of public policies. Your association is not only concerned with profit, but Also related to promoting lifestyle.

The other two topics taught were: “Protection of personal data in the health sector” by Dr. Irma Nora Valencia, as well as “The ABC of human rights in the health sector” by teacher Julio César Bermúdez Paz.

Dr. Juan Gerardo García González invited the trainers to repeat the workshop at the Lázaro Cárdenas, Urupán, Zamora and Zitacúaro campuses. They recognized the importance of training on these issues not only for the benefit of service providers and their members, but also so that it translates into better service and care for beneficiaries.

The general objective of the workshop is inserted as part of agenda number six (which is part of the thirteen priority legal agenda governing all work of this commission) in the light of number 3 of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Organisation. Countries and Strategic Plan for the Institutional Development of the ECHR 2021-2025.

The workshop also proposes to achieve the necessary synergy that allows the members to know in depth their role as workers in the health sector with respect to the right of the beneficiary population to enjoy the highest possible level of physical, mental and social health. What are constitutional and customary obligations? , laying special emphasis on the right of patients to prior, free and informed consultation before any possible medical treatment, surgical intervention or rehabilitation or rehabilitation therapy as well as clinical file, conscientious objection, protection of personal data in the health sector and Role of civil society groups in respect and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

Among the specific objectives, the workshop seeks to achieve a culture of quality and warmth for the beneficiaries.

It should be noted that the workshop was conducted in person and literally a hundred members of the association were allowed to take it.

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