According to the allegations, Chief Physician Ayşegül Alkan determined that nurses Merve Şahiner Çalışkan and Ayşe Yetkin were not at their posts during routine ward checks. Chief Physician Alkan asked two nurses, whom he scolded in a room where other unit managers were also, to write 500 times on the A-4 paper, “I’m stupid, I went to another service from my service” as a punishment for leaving the office.
WITH THE INSPECTION OF THE HEAD OF THE HEAD…
The nurses who opposed the request argued that they would not accept such a punishment, and that official disciplinary regulations should be applied because they left their posts. However, when this proposal was not accepted by the chief physician Alkan, Çalışkan and Yetkin wrote 500 times on the A-4 paper, “I’m stupid, I went to another service.” According to the news in Hürriyet, Çalışkan and Yetkin signed the 7-page text with the note “It was written on the insistence of the Chief Physician.”
DIRECTORATE INVESTIGATION OPEN
Two nurses complained to the Provincial Health Directorate about the chief physician, claiming that they were subjected to mobbing. Antalya Provincial Health Directorate initiated a comprehensive investigation into the allegations.
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FOOT HUMANITY HONOR
Nurse Merve Şahiner Çalışkan said, “What we went through is really sad. Ayşe Yetkin said, “I am a health worker for 25 years. Yes, I left my post. But the penalty for this is determined by regulations. The punishment given to us means trampling on human dignity. We wanted the official process to be run, but the chief physician insisted that we write those statements 500 times. Not only us but many staff in the hospital witnessed this insistence. We wrote those texts, but this time they did not allow them to be recorded.
THIS IS NAME MOBBİNG
Explaining the details of the incident in the hospital, Health-Sen Antalya Branch President Sinan Kuluöztürk said, “What happened is unfortunately true. Our fellow nurses wanted to process these texts in the document recording. Of course, the chief physician was against this. Our friends also preferred the judicial path against the mobbing they experienced. We also asked all authorized institutions for an explanation. Because such a punishment cannot be accepted anywhere ”he said. “I have never witnessed such a punishment before,” said Kuluöztürk, “No manager will accept this punishment, which destroys motivation and tramples personal rights at a time when healthcare professionals need morale. Our friends may have made mistakes. But this error cannot be punished by such a method. “We will follow the process until the end,” he said.