Task Description of Occupational Issues Committee:

1- Creating and maintaining unity among nephrologists with all tastes centered on the association

2- Protecting the medical profession and the field of nephrology against intentional and unintentional attacks

Full contact with the ethics committee to maintain the dignity of the physician and the patient

4- Active presence as a scientific and professional consultant and influencing decisions beside:

a) Various deputy ministries to draft and amend laws
b) Deputy of Treatment for Tariffs
c) Medical system for tariffs
d) Board of Trustees of Foreign Exchange Institutions for Resource Distribution
e) Factories producing and importing capital and consumer medical equipment to improve quality

5- Encourage colleagues to accept ministerial and academic positions to make a greater impact on decisions

6- Encouraging and encouraging colleagues to join and participate in ministerial, academic and hospital committees

7- Active efforts to protect the legal rights of colleagues:

a) Encourage colleagues to join and participate in the primary and review boards of the medical system
b) Encourage colleagues to participate in forensic medical commissions
c) Protection from practical medical procedures and special nephrology activities
d) Revitalizing joint treatment with other disciplines
e) Attempts to identify effective therapeutic and diagnostic measures in nephrology that are not performed, like Sonography, Bladder Electrophysiologic study, Lithotripsy, and Endoscopic procedure

8- Active efforts to add the above items to subspeciality educational Curriculum and holding workshops

9- Active efforts to manage and train colleagues active in nephrology such as internal medicine specialists, general practitioners and nurses

10- Provide programs and solutions for areas deprived of nephrology services