November 3, 2019

"Care without Caring"

In a complex system such as healthcare, my eyes of an astute physician see the heterogeneity of what is true for our patients and what is blatantly not.

Australians are one of the most fortunate people on the planet: we enjoy an enviable place even...

October 16, 2018

We live in a world of self-interests.

Everyone has something to say, and someone has imputations (i.e. meanings conveyed by a matter in concern) which either protects or destroys another's reputation.

Beyond money, wealth and social stature, one's reputation may take dec...

August 30, 2018

A snap-shot video from the seminar provided for the Australian Lung Foundation at Chermside-Wavell Heights Services Club, Chermside, QLD.

July 12, 2018

Vera amoris socialis iustitia inspirati ad creaturam suam
(“true social justice inspired by love for humankind”)

This particular blog presents a short extract from another book being written for future publication for the benefit of the public and the students of Medici...

May 2, 2018

Wednesday 2 May 2018

To whom it may concern,

This is in reply to the ABC article published by Mr. Josh Robertson this morning.

The publicised suggestion that I have secretly disclosed confidential patient information in 2010 is false and defamatory.  The letter sent to th...

February 18, 2018

UFO ("unidentified flying objects") have been witnessed by increasing number of people from all walks of life for hundreds of years, and more likely, for even longer period than the documented history would reveal for our human civilisation.  Whether or not we are surr...

February 18, 2018

The below tips for self-care when you have lung condition are based on observation of more than 8,000 patients over the last 12 years and not to replace medical advice but are a “common sense” approach as they work very well with medical treatment.

People with lung cond...

February 18, 2018

Knowing that every human being is different in external appearance, emotion and behaviour, the lung is an amazing organ because it is intrinsically the same in a typical human being.  Accordingly, each and every single individualisation created within a human being is...