Great To See One Government Providing Marketing Services For Another - Hardly A Balanced Statement IMVHO

This appeared in my inbox this morning: AHPRA Email – Sent 25 FebruaryThe Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) is sending you this important information on behalf of the Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency). The information in this email belongs to the Agency, which is responsible for it. Dear David More, Between 16 July 2018 and 31 January 2019, Australians had the opportunity to choose to have a My Health Record or to opt-out if they did not want a record created for them. Strengthened privacy protectionsOn 26 November 2018, the Australian Parliament passed new laws to strengthen My Health Record p rivacy protections. These new laws mean your patients can now choose to have a My Health Record or permanently delete it at any time in their life. The stronger laws prohibit the release of health information in your patient’s My Health Record for any non-healthcare related uses, including for ins urance or pre-employment purposes, and there are increased... This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
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Authors: Petretto DR, Masala I, Masala C Abstract School closure and home confinement are two of the measures of lockdown chosen by governments and policymakers all over the world to prevent and limit the spread of the infection of COVID-19. There is still an open debate about the real effect of school closure on the reduction of risk of infection on children and the risk of infection on with other age groups (parents, grandparents and others). There is an agreement on the effect of school closure in reducing and delaying the peak of the outbreak. In this Editorial, starting from the ongoing Italian experience, we ...
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(Posting for a friend) Hey everyone, my story is a little odd, so please read through it. I will try to make this as clear &concise as possible. cGPA: 3.283 sGPA: 3.2112 MCAT: 523 EC’s: - internship: summer internship at non-profit that connects patients with their local mental healthcare providers - Shadowing: 190 hours (4 different specialties) - Clinical Volunteering: 389 hours ( over the course of 4 years) - Non clinical volunteering: 63 hours Here are some... WAMC &What should i do? - Interesting story with good MCAT but some issues with GPA....
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