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Ambulance Tasmania under fire from former paramedic over PTSD case handling
ABC11.08.18 7:02 am
How to beat your boss, TJ McHugh.
Every public servant needs this book before their life turns sour. It teaches you how to handle the substance, and use it to your advantage.
Imho it is a far better investment that sponsoring Tom Lynch and his minions.
Stay strong Nick O’Brien, “I am not the man I used to be .. I am not alone .. I became the problem.”
Welcome to democracy, Tassie style. No-one will help you Nick, within its incestuous and tainted cesspit of workers compensation and common law claims against ANY government agency.
My PTSD trauma was the Club TasMANIA Health Department. It took me four tainted lawyers and nine years to be granted a ‘sham’ mediation and conciliation conference, then bankruptcy and homelessness.
Ambulance Tasmania and the Health Department wonders why they cannot attract and retain health professionals. Be warned mainlanders and foreigners! Don’t go there. “The worst public health system in Australia.” AMA 2017
Who cares for the carers in TasMANIA? Treated and abused as disposable trash ... and when you defend yourself and prove your evidence you are now a troublemaker, someone to be loathed and feared, then THEY will fight you and break you until you go away or perish, self destruct, suicide! Problem solved, for some.
Beware of The Unrecognised Socialised Sociopaths! THEY will become your downfall and despair.
Nick: I know and trust ONE ethical lawyer in Tasmania who understands PTSD and depression.
Stay well away from conflicted Union lawyers!
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