[Transcribed] Hi again. So I think this is a great question and a lot of my experience and knowledge actually comes from teachers unions. I come from a long line of teachers in my family. So the union is something that comes up frequently and I think that the main pros of unionizing is that you have an organization to to represent your specific needs and what you believe.
Is important by presenting a front of many individuals as a collective. It definitely sends a stronger message for creating an affecting change.
Another Pro to unionizing is that you're able to to set your goals as an organization to what you see fit or the what the majority of the group sees fit. So as Physicians if they decided to unionize they could not only act in the best interest of themselves as Physicians, but also ensuring that their patients are receiving the
I just care that they're able to provide and extending this to other Healthcare professionals as well could could provide a more.
solidified front as Healthcare professionals
that being said there are definitely some cons to unionizing as well. Although by joining a union you join a collective to present their opinions and beliefs you you may not necessarily agree with what the union is presenting and what they're hoping to bring to the table and
There is definitely an opportunity to be the odd man out and two.
What's the word have have policies and procedures put into effect that you may not agree with so that would definitely be a con to unionizing.
As well with with unions if they're there is a continued.
Lack of meeting their proposed Corrections or things there.
The union may decide to go on strike and that would inevitably do a disservice to to patients as Physicians who join this strike wouldn't be able to fulfill their their duty to their patients. So there's definitely some pros and cons to unionizing as a physician.