A group of 15 Queensland doctors is challenging Queensland’s vaccine mandates in court. Hear why.
Drs David Johnson, Luke McLindon and Associate Professor Peter Parry will talk about why they and their fellow plaintiffs have refused vaccination and how this case is important to them, and to good health and medicine.
They argue that their human rights, including their right to determine what they put into their body; how they discuss, diagnose and treat illness in their patients; and their right to work; are being illegally abridged by the government.
Dr Parry is a child & adolescent psychiatrist working for Children’s Health Queensland – Child & Youth Mental Health Services (CHQ-CYMHS) based in Brisbane, Qld, Australia. He graduated from Adelaide Medical School in 1983, worked as a Royal Australian Navy medical officer and then general practitioner and palliative care medical officer until he commenced psychiatry training in 1990 and has been in child & adolescent psychiatry since 1995.
Dr McLindon graduated in Medicine from the University of Qld in 1997. A rural GP for 10 years, then undertook specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, before doing an Advanced Surgical Fellowship. More recently he has subspecialised in advanced laparoscopic surgery for complicated endometriosis and fertility-restoring surgery. Until recently he led the Fertility Services unit and was co-Lead of the Advanced Laparoscopic Gynaecology surgical service at Mater Health in Brisbane.
Dr David Johnson is a Queensland trained Neurosurgeon. He remains in full time private clinical practice after working uninterrupted in the public sector since graduating from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1996.Doctor Johnson has pioneered multidisciplinary clinics in spine related pain and spinal rehabilitation and performs brain and complex spine surgery at Brisbane Private Hospital.
Whatever your views on vaccines this is a not-to-be-missed event.
Entry includes finger food and drink and there is plenty of off-street parking at our offices in Woolloongabba.
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|Wednesday July 20, 2022 at 6pm
|AIP Auditorium, Unit 2B, 50 Logan Road, Woolloongabba Q 4102
(Plenty of parking either on site or on street)
food and drink):
$5 discount for AIP members
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