Legal protection meeting the rights of students program specialist doctors on the covid-19 pandemic in indonesia
Sola Sacra Providentia, Muhammad Rustamaji, Jadmiko Anom Husodo
This study aims to analyze legal protection in Indonesia in fulfilling the rights of residents during the pandemic period. Resident must carry out teaching and learning tasks and the increase in positive cases of COVID-19 is not directly proportional to the availability of personal protective equipment. Resident is prone to contracting COVID-19 and the violation of several rights as consumers of educational programs. The research method used is normative, with a statutory approach. The nature of research is prescriptive and applied. It can be concluded that the current condition regarding the fulfillment of resident rights is not optimal. In terms of the ideals of legal protection, Indonesia, which is currently still university-based, universities as educational service providers must provide all forms of PPE and reserves for daily use during the education period. Determination of resident status as workers in teaching hospitals, can have implications for providing incentives and determining working hours.
Sola Sacra Providentia, Muhammad Rustamaji, Jadmiko Anom Husodo. Legal protection meeting the rights of students program specialist doctors on the covid-19 pandemic in indonesia. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research, Volume 7, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 15-19