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Queensland Integrity in Health podcast

Each year the Office of the Integrity Commissioner, together with its supporting partners—Health Ethics and Law Queensland, among others—arranges an Integrity in Health Series.

This year’s topic is Mandatory reporting for Health Professionals: What are the ethical and legal ramifications?

This year as a result of a global pandemic which is presently underway, we are convening this series as a podcast and today I am delighted to be sharing our Integrity in Health journey with our partners:

  • the Office of the Health Ombudsman
  • Doctors’ Health In Queensland
  • Avant
  • HEAL (which is the Qld chapter of the Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law).

Listen to the speaker's podcast and read their biography.

QIH Partners (Nik, Marg & Tracy)

Queensland Integrity in Health Partners

Andrew Brown

Andrew Brown

“How mandatory notifications are managed in Queensland”

Dr Margaret Kay

Dr Margaret Kay

“Barriers for doctors’ seeking help”

Professor Malcolm Parker

Professor Malcolm Parker

“Professional conduct and the culture of medicine”

Dr Alex Markwell

Dr Alex Markwell

“Leadership and its role in doctors’ health”

Dr Mellissa Naidoo

Dr Mellissa Naidoo

“Medical leadership and culture in doctor’s health”

Our partners

Licence
Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia (CC BY-ND 3.0)
Last updated
30 July, 2020

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