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All Rights Reserved. The Members of the Fiji College of General Practitioners, I thank you as well for your continued support towards the work done by the College. The nation is indebted to you and you all deserve our respect and appreciation. As we move forward, and as the pandemic continues to evolve, the health care sector must continue to deliver high-quality care to all patients. Ladies and Gentlemen, You would have heard this week in Parliament, our national priority at this point in time is rolling out COVID vaccinations and immunisation of our citizens.
There is a race for vaccines globally. The Fijian economic recovery relies on medically-sound and consistent vaccine administration. And this is where health professionals will play a fundamental role. Konyv: A csondet ugy course, our priority for Phase 1, will be our frontliners, those manning the borders and our ports, medical officials, hoteliers, airport staff and their most immediate members.
We need at leastFijians vaccinated to ensure that Fijians are protected against infection, konyv: A csondet ugy will allow us to open up our economy safely. We still have much more to learn about, with many unanswered questions, especially as there are variations to the virus recorded around the world.
And we need to not only treat patients with the virus, but help mitigate the spread as we seek effective therapeutics and safe and effective vaccines. The Fijian Government, in partnership with key industry stakeholders, including a lot of you here today, has been working collaboratively to mitigate the spread of COVID in our community. Even as private sector practitioners, you must be willing to step in and support our National Vaccination Programme.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Let me reiterate the points made by the Hon. We want to pilot a project that "konyv: A csondet ugy" see Fijians visit GPs and the Government pays for that service. However, to date we have not seen the FCGP come forward for this partnership.
As healthcare professionals, your role in society is ambidextrous. Your responsibilities not only center around containing this global pandemic, but far reaching to medical fields in Dentistry, Podiatry, Optometry and Chiropractic, to name a few. This profession is characterised by a strong commitment to the wellbeing of patients, high ethical conduct, mastery of ever-expanding body of knowledge and skills and high level of autonomy.
Ladies and Gentlemen, To make standards work in Fiji, we need partnership to ensure that the standards are not only implemented but complied with at all times. One such requirement is the assessment for issuance is a medical examination report. Ladies and Gentlemen, Driving a motor vehicle or steering a ship is a complex task involving perception, judgment, adequate response time and appropriate physical capability.
It is, therefore, our shared responsibility to ensure that public service drivers and seafarers contribute to the foundation of safe transportation for all Fijians. This will be achieved by having safe service providers. So today is well-timed for us to start the conversation on how we can achieve standards for medical examination of drivers and seafarers.
So, I entrust everyone present here today to promote safe medical practices and standards, for the benefit of all Fijians, whether as passengers, pedestrians or maritime travellers. Ladies and Gentleman, On behalf of the Ministry, I once again acknowledge the konyv: A csondet ugy support of the Fiji College of General Practitioners, who have been at the front line of inculcating code of ethics for medical practitioners in Fiji. And to everyone here today, I encourage your active participation and incumbency.
You are the ultimate catalysts and our greatest partners in implementing medical standards in relation to land and sea transportation in Fiji. With those few words, I officially declare this seminar open. Vinaka Vakalevu, Thank you!
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Possession of weapons, dangerous chemicals or explosives. Unauthorised entry into or use of University premises; unauthorised possession, duplication or use of keys, keycards or access devices to any University premises; entering a residence hall without being an invited guest of or accompanied by a current resident of the building. Failing to comply with the directions of University officials acting in performance of their duties. Failing to identify oneself to University officials when requested to do so.
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Intentionally initiating or causing to be initiated any false report, warning or threat of fire, explosion or other emergency. Tampering with fire safety equipment; intentionally, carelessly or recklessly causing a fire to be ignited; or intentionally interfering with or failing to follow emergency procedures. Making or distributing unauthorized video or photographic images of a person in a location in which that person has a reasonable expectation of privacy.
Violating any disciplinary sanction imposed in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct. Bringing an animal, pets into any University building with the following exception, small fish in residence hall see University Housing License for further restrictions. Violations of published University regulations or policies. Violations of any KRG federal, or local law.
Students engaging, attempting to engage, or assisting in the following are subject to disciplinary sanctions: Violations of published University Attendance Policies and regulations.