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Re: This website is full of copyright infringements

Posted by alexandra_k on October 25, 2018, at 19:02:35

In reply to Re: This website is full of copyright infringements, posted by alexandra_k on October 25, 2018, at 18:47:10

Most of the health stuff you have no idea who it is that you are seeing, typically.

People will say 'hi I'm Doctor so and so' and I know that it used to be the case (or there are clear rules about it in some parts) that you can't say that unless you are a Medical Doctor (e.g., if you are a Dr of English Literature then you can call yourself Dr around the Univerity and even in public life -- but not if you are working in any aspect of anything to do with clinical medicine because of the liklihood of patients believing you are medically regsitered).

But I don't think that is the case in Australasia. Which is why they are so keen to take graduates who have PhD's in they don't care what field, already.

When you pay for a 'consultation' you think that means with a Doctor - right? But often they don't actually say that, specifically. Why wouldn't you charge people for a 'consulation' with... Someone who isn't medically registered -- since it will be cheaper to provide that service? Why wouldn't you -- if you thought you could get away with it?

I suppose Medicine has never been any stranger to snake oil salesmen and the like. If people don't know enough to know / ask / check...

Only I don't think that is quite fair...

But that will be at least partly why it is that specialists can't really function, here.

Whatever specialist job there is there's some allied health thing that will promise to do similar seeming things for cheaper... Or for the same cost to consumer at savings to providers (insurance companies and / or hospitals and / or the government and / or for managers).

If there aren't laws / rules expressely prohibiting it...

Which is a tedious thing to do, actually.

It's like trying to do philosophy with people who don't have a genuine spirit of inquiry / who aren't serching for understanding / for truth... It's like trying to do philosophy with sophists who are interested in appearing clever or tricking people or who are interested in creating confusion (all bable like) or people who enjoy argument for the sake of argument.

Most people in law aren't interested in seeing laws develop in ways that are good for the people.

Comes back to lack of morality, again.




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