Part 1 contains vital information for NSW medical practitioners as we discuss prescribing opioids and drugs of addiction. What are the rules in NSW and what do doctors need to know?
How are complaints about NSW registered health professionals, such as doctors, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, chiropractors and physiotherapists managed?
In this episode, your host Dr Martine Walker joins Professor Leanne Rowe and Dr Peter Baldwin to discuss how doctors can manage burnout and maintain good mental health.
When a performance matter is referred to the Council, one possible outcome is the practitioner may be required to undergo a Performance Assessment, which in some instances can lead to a Performance
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Many healthy, low-risk women choose antenatal shared care (ANSC) because they prefer to be cared for by a doctor they have an existing relationship with and feel more comfortable under their care.
Have you ever thought about what your transition to retirement might look like? Will you cut all ties at once or slowly step back and focus on another passion such as research or teaching?
The Medical Board of Australia’s Good Medical Practice: A Code of Conduct for Doctors in Australia) sets the standard for the profession. Confident you are across it?
When the pandemic hit, it became a priority to embrace telehealth to ensure continuity of care for patients, whilst keeping practitioners safe and healthy.
Dr Liz Tompsett is the Council's deputy president and a busy surgeon.