Why does GANHYUP emphasize nursing law as ‘Parental Care Law’? |

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(From left) ‘Mint Angel Campaign’ launch ceremony, Wednesday’s rally for the enactment of the Nursing Act

The new executive branch of the Korean Nursing Association brought out a new strategy called ‘Nursing Law = Parental Care Law’ in order to form a public consensus on nursing law.

The consensus is that the previously argued message of ‘nursing care’ is being incorporated into ‘parental care’ in order to gain public consensus and at the same time respond to the alleged ‘infringement of other occupational duties due to the Nursing Act’ frame by opposing groups. the Nursing Act, such as the Korean Medical Association It is a strategy. Ganhyeop has been insisting that “a nursing law must be enacted for nursing care in the elderly.”

On the 22nd, National Assembly Communications Center Chairman Kim Yeong-gyeong insisted that “The Nursing Act is the ‘Parental Care Act'”.

Chairman Kim Young-kyung said, “As the president of the Korea Association, I want to seriously ask the doctor. Can all parents be served without difficulty in the current medical system? If doctors say yes to this question, their conscience is lost. “

“There is a shortage of nursing staff to care for elderly parents who are sick, and there are not many hospitals that provide integrated nursing care services,” he stressed.

Ganhyeop also included the keyword ‘parental care’ in ‘Mint Angel Campaign’, a newly launched public relations campaign. Through this campaign, GANHYUP also said that it would spread the culture of parental care and announce that the Nursing Act is the Parental Care Act.

The word parental care law also appeared in the ‘Nursing Law Demand Legislation Rally’ held in front of the People’s Power Central Party in Yeouido.

Director Jeon Jeon-yeon, who read the appeal for the enactment of the Nursing Act at the rally, said, “Everyone in Korea will become an object of care at some point. Enact the Nursing Act and entrust the care of parents to nurses.”

Regarding the background of emphasizing ‘parental care’, the NGO side explained that it was one of the new ways of informing the public about the Nursing Act, and that it was a move to inform more specifically for a purpose the Nursing Act. for caring.

In a phone call with a young doctor, a Ganhyup official said, “The difference is how to explain the nursing method. In the future, different methods will be implemented,” he said. It can be seen that parents are identified as a symbol of care.”

“For example, when parents are in hospital, they receive nursing care and care. Nursing facilities also have nurses, nursing assistants, and caregivers (care workers), and you can receive home visiting nursing. In this situation, it means that (nursing personnel) need a nursing law to take better care,” he emphasized.

In addition, it was said that it was to respond to the claims of health and medical organizations that oppose the Nursing Act, such as the Medical Association.

He said, “Now, some health care organizations, such as the Medical Association, frame the content that the scope of work is breached by the Nursing Act. However, this is a lie,” he said.