Doctor loses registration after ‘conspiracy posts’

A Melbourne doctor has had his registration suspended after a tribunal found his anti-vaccination views ‘posed a risk to the way he practised medicine’.

GP commits thoughtcrime. Photo: MGL

The GP in question, Michael Ellis, was accused by the medical association of having bizarre views on coronavirus treatment.

Under national guidelines, medical practitioners must “make sure that any comments you make on social media are consistent with the codes, standards and guidelines of your profession and do not contradict or counter public health campaigns or messaging”.

Dr. Ellis said although some people who read the material knew he was a medical doctor, “very few” of his patients would have known he was associated with the sites.

By ABC News […]


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4 comments on “Doctor loses registration after ‘conspiracy posts’”

  1. This is again a planned move by the AMA to discredit him now as there were rumblings of doctors and nurses speaking out as in America. Desperate to stop this from happening they have made an example of this man. On a similar playing field to the thug that choked the young lady. Seems as if they are running around madly trying to stop the leaks in a sinking boat right now. These terrorists masquerading as ‘politicians’ must be getting the message that their time is near to an end for them.

  2. That is the very definition of fascism and it’s no wonder I have very little trust in doctors in this country because most of the good ones have been chased off or unpersoned by the medical establishment!

  3. Silly doctor using his own name on farcebook trying to be a hero. If he wanted to do some good he should have mobilised some support and come out as a professional group. He should have realised this and it’s just as well that he has been stopped as he appears to be an impetuous fool.

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