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Insultes, grève et dépression... Le grand ras-le-bol des blouses blanches


Presque trois mois après le début de la mobilisation du personnel des urgences, la colère continue de s’amplifier. Débutée le 18 mars dernier à l’hôpital Saint-Antoine à Paris, la grève du personnel paramédical s’étend désormais à une petite centaine de services. Ce mardi, un nouveau rassemblement s’est tenu en début d’après-midi, devant le ministère de la Santé pour réclamer notamment plus d’effectifs, zéro hospitalisation sur des brancards et une prime de 300 euros mensuels nets en reconnaissance de la pénibilité de leur travail.Retrouvez l'info en temps réel avec Le Parisien : >> http://www.leparisien.fr/#xtor=AL-1481423430

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