Giovanni Morelli travelled to California before Christmas for a medical conference, but also headed out to the Napa, Sonoma and Russian River wine regions to taste the best of what winemaker and famous ophthalmologist Dr Robert Sinskey and retired neurosurgeon Dr Ernie Bates had to offer.
Ed Madden, BL, looks at a recent UK High Court case in which a former undercover police officer alleged that he suffered a psychiatric injury as a result of the failure of his employer to provide him with appropriate support during his period under cover.
Reeling from the completely predictable chaos in the emergency departments this month, Dr Garrett FitzGerald believes the ‘make more room at the inn’ argument must finally prevail, and that those in charge must, like Elvis, leave the building.
Dara Gantly on the need for another elite team to raid and destroy our enemy trolleys.
Dear Editor, Further to Dr Pat Morrissey’s letter on December 12 last (‘Don’t dismiss nuclear power as a solution to our energy needs’), I am very familiar with the work of James Lovelock, James Hansen and George Monbiot.
Dear Editor, It’s only my second week working back in St Kilda, Melbourne, but it’s funny how everything isn’t weird any more
The trolley crisis, which has been with us for more than a decade, is not the result of a sudden surge in delayed discharges or inappropriate referrals, but is down to ongoing failings of senior health service management, argues Dr Ruairi Hanley.
Dear Editor, The scenes shown on RTÉ Prime Time’s programme ‘Inside Bungalow 3’ have prompted many to question why the staff there allegedly treated the intellectually disabled so badly. The simple answer is: because they could.
Dr Ruairi Hanley contemplates recent moves made by former Fine Gael up-and-comer Lucinda Creighton, and wonders if there are better ways to announce your intent than with a snazzy slogan.