Today’s Canberra Times has a story on the workings of the ACT Medical Board:
- A Canberra doctor accused of failing to properly examine a patient who died in the car park shortly after a consultation has reached a confidential agreement with the ACT Medical Board.The board had initially applied to have the doctor’s registration cancelled, but in an aborted hearing before the Civil and Administrative Tribunal yesterday, the application was withdrawn.
Confidentiality be stuffed!
Whilst parents are fighting to have school tables published, I want Doctoring Tables.
So, I’ll know exactly who I don’t want to go to.
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“Oh, here’s a smack on the wrist”. “You keep practising and you’ll get there”. Not on me, thanks.