10. Protections for Medical Professionals

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10 Protections for Medical Professionals
10.1. [TREATMENT] Treatments.
10.1.1. No employer shall adversely affect a medical professional for treating a patient with any medical treatment, procedure, or product administered with the consent of the patient.
10.1.2. This shall apply to any medical treatment, procedure, or product, regardless of approval status by a government or medical authority.
10.2. [FREE] Free speech.
10.2.1. No employer, licensing board, government entity, or other medical authority shall intimidate, restrict, or prevent a medical professional from speaking publicly about any medical or tangential topic, or effect adverse treatment of the medical professional.
10.2.2. No government or private entity may restrict or modify the free speech of a medical professional making a private or public communication on any platform.
10.3. [INVOLUNTARY] Involuntary Activities. No employer shall require a medical professional to submit to any medical procedure, treatment, or product.
10.3.1. No medical professional shall be adversely affected for accepting or rejecting a medical procedure, treatment, or product.
10.3.2. No medical professional shall be adversely affected by an employer, government entity, or medical authority for exercising free speech for accepting or rejecting a medical procedure, treatment, or product.
10.4. [PROTECTION] Protection of Medical Professional Credentials and Reputation
10.4.1. A licensing board, regulatory agency, or related special interest group shall not restrict a medical professional from making medical statements if that medical professional reasonably believes that information to be truthful and in the best interest of patients and medical science.
10.4.1.1. A medical licensing board or regulatory agency, or related special interest group shall not suspend, revoke, pause, or otherwise disrupt the medical license, or medical practice, of a medical professional if: (a) the medical professional is given 30 days upon receipt of request, (b) the medical professional furnishes data, studies, research, or comparable academic literature used by the medical professional to form a fundamental belief that medical statements made are truthful and in the best interest of patients and medical science.
10.4.2. A licensing board, regulatory agency, or related special interest group shall not initiate an investigation, license enforcement activities, or disciplinary actions until: (a) the medical professional has been given adequate opportunity to provide their data per 10.4.1.1., and (b) the licensing board, regulatory agency, or related special interest group can provide reproducible science, conducting an example of the reproduced science, which contradicts the medical professional.
10.4.2.1. A contradiction in research must be reproduced by the accusing entity.
10.4.2.2. The design of experiment must be made publicly available.
10.4.2.3. All experimental results must be made publicly available.
10.4.2.4. The contradiction must substantially contradict the medical professional. De minimus technical differences, procedural differences, or unintentional oversights in the medical professional’s testimony shall not be grounds for a substantial contradiction.
10.4.2.5. No portion of the contradicting science may be redacted unless it is protected health information as defined in this Act.
10.4.2.6. All scientific data must be made available for public viewing indefinitely.
10.4.3. A medical professional who is accused, but whose arguments cannot be refuted by the medical licensing board, regulatory agency, or special interest group within 30 days shall be compensated by a minimum settlement of $5 Million USD, paid within 30 days, corrected for inflation at a baseline year of 2021. The accusing entity must make a permanent public record stating “Regarding the {medical professional’s name}, on {date of accusation}, {accusing entity name}, was unable to substantially disprove the statements of {medical professional’s name}.” This statement must prominently be displayed on any materials regarding the accuser’s statements or relevant materials.
10.5. [ADVERSELY] Adversely affecting means:
10.5.1. The medical license or insurance policy of a medical professional shall not be revoked or challenged:
10.5.1.1. For the use of medical emergency authority.
10.5.1.2. For speaking publicly on any medical matters or employer policies.
10.5.2. The employer shall not treat the medical professional any differently than peers.
10.5.3. The employer shall not affect the medical professional’s employment.
10.5.4. The employer shall not affect the medical professional’s opportunities.
10.5.5. The employer shall not threaten or intimidate a medical professional.
10.5.6. The employer shall not use the reason of insubordination against a medical professional.
10.5.7. The employer shall not place the medical professional on indefinite or unpaid leave.
10.5.8. The employer shall not restrict or limit the normal medical duties of a medical professional.
10.5.9. The employer shall not require a medical professional to agree to or sign any agreement or contract that modifies an employment agreement or limits any provisions of this Act.
10.5.10. No licensing board or other medical licensing entity shall investigate, interrogate, or subject a medical practitioner to undue scrutiny.

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