1: The right to protection against any abusive and verbal aggression.
2: The right to security for claiming job duties, including financial, psychological, and financial security.
3: The right to sponsorship, judicial assistance from officials, in cases where they are prosecuted for work.
4: The right to refuse to perform acts contrary to the principles and rules of professional conduct that cause the physical or mental harm of the patient and the right to adhere to professional qualifications in the scope of Shari’a and law.
5: The right to decide based on the scientific and legal principles and protocols approved and the right to independence in decisions on tasks.
6: The right to proper conduct and reverence from officials and employees and government officials, inspectors, patients and their fellows.
7: According to Article 607 of the Law on Violations against Government Officers Under the Honor of Persons, hospital personnel are protected by law through threats and insults.