Monthly Archives: January 2020

A new type of professional 3

We believe what we read once, and that is that, “What technology enables, happens.” And that the technology that has come into existence in the last 30 years or so enables an almost infinite number of new developments – none … Continue reading

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The “frequency problem” – having to get up 2 or 3 times during the night to urinate

The frequency problem is one that seniors often experience – it makes it hard to have a good night’s sleep. Those who are experiencing it need to understand that different urologists provide two amazingly different and quite opposite explanations for … Continue reading

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Dr Christopher Stephen James Grant, General Practioner – dealing with

One of our readers claims that when he saw Dr Grant about a frequency problem he was experiencing – increasingly he was having to get up to 2 or 3 times a night to go to the toilet, which was … Continue reading

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“Patient and Family Experience Units” in NSW Government Hospitals

We’ve recently become aware of claims that the Royal North Shore government hospital has had a Patient and Family Experience unit, (previously named the “Patient Liaison Team,”) for 15 years, and further, that “All local health districts and specialty health … Continue reading

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Dr Kerrie Meades, Ophthalmologist – dealing with

One of our readers reports that ten years ago, in 2010, he was referred to Dr Meades for help with his developing double vision, and that his experiences with her and others in her rooms was so unsatisfactory that he … Continue reading

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