SEPTEMBER / OCTOBER ISSUE 2018
This month in The NSW Doctor: Dr Fred Betros on AMA (NSW) campaigns on doctors’ fees and private health insurance; former AMA (NSW) Vice President Dr Michael Gliksman writes about AHPRA and its rescinded, controversial bid to publish links to tribunal actions on its online registry when no adverse findings were made against doctors; Dr Jacqueline Ho writes about how her regional secondments have made her a better doctor in the DIT Diary column; the pros and cons of using Twitter as a doctor; and more.
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