[Mandatory requirement of social health service in Peru: discriminatory and unconstitutional].

@article{MaytaTristn2014MandatoryRO,
  title={[Mandatory requirement of social health service in Peru: discriminatory and unconstitutional].},
  author={Percy Mayta-Trist{\'a}n and Julio A. Poterico and Ed{\'e}n Gal{\'a}n-Rodas and Daniel Raa-Ortiz},
  journal={Revista peruana de medicina experimental y salud publica},
  year={2014},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={
          781-7
        }
}
The rural and urban-edge health service (SERUMS) is an activity that only health professionals perform for the Peruvian government, as it is a mandatory requirement to qualify for a second specialty or to work in public hospitals and public health care facilities, and obtain government scholarships for future training. The few legal changes in the rules of this social program and the focus of “service” restricted to health professionals lead to a perception of this policy as discriminatory and… CONTINUE READING
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