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Speculation abounds on Twitter about how they work – like 80s snap bracelets, we’re thinking, though there are other theories. Nezua suggest that they stay on adhered by pure joy.
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Danu Poyner has a guest post at Somebody Think of the Children, discussing the ABC National show on Australia’s proposed internet censorship plans: “Filter supporters talk, Australia listens”.
I touched on the dangers of emergency department overcrowding the other day. One of the dangers is violence toward staff.
The West reports that violent incidents at Royal Perth Hospital have increased by more than 350 percent in the past five years, with most of the increase being in the past year. There are 200 “incidents” a month now.
Mr Thair [RPH security head] said some incidents involved genuinely sick or confused patients who lashed out during treatment but most did not. Instead, his 27 staff were forced to break up disputes often arising in Northbridge and city pubs and clubs which spilt over into the emergency department or outside, fuelled by alcohol and drugs.
Weapons seized included axes, machetes, crowbars, chisels and screwdrivers.
Australian Medical Association emergency medicine spokesman Dave Mountain blamed much of the rising violence on patients’ frustration at having to wait too long for a bed as well as alcohol abuse and a dramatic increase in amphetamine abuse.
“We have good security staff but the real issue is about decongesting the emergency department,” he said.
Another medical sexual assault, another transgender person sexually assaulted. Will the horrifying abuse of women and transfolk by people in power never end? This perp is Sulieman Hamid. ABC News reports.
A doctor has been found guilty of committing an indecent act against a suicidal transsexual patient at Melbourne’s Western Hospital. […]
During his County Court trial, the jury heard Hamid assaulted his patient while treating her for slashing her wrists last year.
The Age continues:
Hamid’s lawyer Nick Papas said after the verdict his client would almost certainly never practise again.