Doctor Dearth

She was charged under Health Practitioner National Law with five counts of taking a title indicating a person is a health practitioner.

Detective Acting Inspector Damien Powell said the woman does not hold a medical doctorate and is not registered as a health practitioner within Australia…

Police said the woman had a “research doctorate” but that it was not medical.

Leave aside that if everybody passing themselves off as pandemic experts were to be charged, most of the country’s police commissioners, health ministers and journalists would be prosecuted. We’re told this enterprising lady – a kind of Freedom Ride facilitator – doesn’t have a medical doctorate. Neither does Brett Sutton, Kerry Chant or Jeannette Young. Nicola Spurrier (South Australia) has a PhD but not in medicine. Professor Paul Kelly seems to be the only health officer with a medical doctorate. Ironically, Walloper Powell went on to deliver a medical lecturette:

“If those documents are being presented to employers as being exemptions from vaccination, then that exposes that person to risk of catching COVID because they’re not properly vaccinated, or suffering ill-effects of COVID, it also places colleagues and workmates at risk (sic³)… False certificates are false. They’re not going to protect you from anything, whereas a vaccine will.”

How can colleagues and workmates be at risk if they’re vaccinated? At risk of what?

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5 Responses to Doctor Dearth

  1. cuckoo says:

    Is there some ambiguity here about the term ‘doctorate’? Jeanette Young, for example has Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery degree and practised as a doctor, albeit for six brief years before getting into administration. Probably proving what the medico in my family asserts, which is that medical admin is full of failed doctors.

  2. C.L. says:

    Most medical practitioners have bachelor’s degrees.
    They are not doctors.

    Today’s feast day saint, by contrast – Teresa of Avila – is a doctor.

  3. rosie says:

    I bought a delightful biography of St Teresa of Avila from the church museum on the site of St Teresa’s
    home in Avila a few years ago.

    I particularly remember her running away from home with her cousin?brother to get martyred by the Moors when she was a child.

  4. cuckoo says:

    And what better time to remember her prayer? I have resorted to it often, and with increasing frequency lately:

    Let nothing disturb you, let nothing frighten you,
    All things are passing away: God never changes.
    Patience obtains all things
    Whoever has God lacks nothing
    God alone suffices.
    Screw Daniel Andrews

    Okay, I stuck that last part in.

  5. Chris M says:

    Woman who allegedly pretended to be a doctor… is a doctor.

    What’s the problem here then?

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