‘Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike.’ – Theodore Roosevelt, 1900
On Thursday, April 13, the Australian Medical Professionals’ Society will be hosting an event in New South Wales to discuss how we restore trust in public health.
Can there be trust in public health without access to truth, without honourable conduct, and without integrity? And what happens when our medical, bureaucratic, political, journalistic, and legal authoritarians appear to be bereft of the character traits that create trust? What do you do when there seems to be no avenue for...
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