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Queensland Staff Shortage Crisis Escalates

...als has warned that the crisis may result in mass resignations of staff, in the absence of any action. Staff shortage has resulted in costly equipments lying unused. Waiting lists of patients have gone up and essential services have come to a standstill due to the shortage of staff. Liberal health spokesman ...

Breast Cancer Patients Sent to Australia for Treatment

... well as a shortage of radiation therapists due to resignations and maternity leave. Rolling industrial action had only compounded the shortages further. According to medical director Margaret Wilsher other centers in New Zealand were unable to provide treatment for the patients. She said, "We believe th...

Pediatricians Resignations Cause Concern at Sale

...cians, Jo McCubbin and Peter Goss have given their resignations with three months notice with three months notice //. However a full time replacement is not expected for at least six months. This has led to concerns among obstetricians at Sale. Sale obstetrician Dr Refaat Guirguis has said that obstetricians w...

Future of Canadian Medical Association Journal Threatened

...ey and the senior deputy editor. An avalanche of resignations and international condemnation followed their dismissal. The fallout proved to be unplanned when it became clear that the Association did not have any planned interim editor. More importantly Canada’s top medical researchers, doctors and ordinary C...

Doctors Resign from Hospital for Bhopal Gas Victims

... "The junior doctors connived and tendered their resignations collectively on the anniversary of the tragedy to draw attention. But we will continue to treat the patients. Not a single patient will be turned away," said Azizuddin Siddiqui, a trustee of the hospital. He denied that the gas victims were ill-tre...

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