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Describes the frequency and characteristics of mandatory reports about the health, competence and conduct of registered health practitioners in Australia.
Health practitioners are often well placed to identify colleagues who pose risks to patients, but they have traditionally been reluctant to...
This journal article looks at whether international medical graduates have more complaints made against them to medical boards and experience more adverse disciplinary findings than Australian-trained doctors. Among 39 155 doctors registered in Victoria and Western Australia in the study period, 5323 complaints were made...
Abstract Objectives: To report age-standardised rates and methods of suicide by health professionals, and to compare these with suicide rates for other occupations.
Study design : Retrospective mortality study.
Setting, participants: All intentional self-harm cases recorded by the National Coronial...