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Q. I’m a GP and see hundreds of patients each month. Does that mean there’s a high risk someone will complain about me?

04/04/2018

No matter how thorough you are in your medical practice, it’s possible that at some point someone will complain about you.

04/04/2018

Each year, the Medical Council considers about 2300 complaints and notifications about medical practitioners in NSW.

04/04/2018

Everyone needs help sometime, and doctors aren’t immune!

Health problems, money worries and poor work conditions all create stress that destroys personal wellbeing and happiness.

26/03/2018
Dr Jon Fogarty

Medical students and doctors display a range of clinical confidence. At one end of a continuum are those who appear untroubled by self-doubt.

26/03/2018
Natalie Wikeepa

Sometimes, things go wrong.

Doctors see it every day – a dire outcome to a simple procedure, a misdiagnosis or a delay in treatment. A good doctor who’s had a bad day.

26/03/2018

Many transgender people delay or avoid seeking health care because they have had negative experiences in medical settings.

26/03/2018
Dr Walid Jammal

How do I take proper medical notes  and communicate  with my patient? Here's  how.  

26/03/2018

The following NSW doctors and medical researchers were recognised in the Australia Day Honours List:

Companion (AC) in the General Division

26/03/2018