French ultrasound technicians hold off strike pending new law
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ultrasound technicians in France who began industrial action on January 1 in response to a High Court ruling that has escalated the threat of litigation and subsequently their insurance costs have suspended their strike. They are optimistic that the government has shown its commitment to reversing the ruling by issuing a draft law would prevent direct prosecution of technicians who were found guilty of misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose correctly during ultrasound examinations (see Clinica No 992, p 3).
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