Whistleblowing Women

Australian women who blow the whistle on corruption in their workplaces.


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I'm an ex nurse who worked in neurosurgery and Intensive Care in two Victorian public hospitals. After undergoing private cancer treatment I was given sub standard treatment and left out of pocket over $10,000.

I investiged public cancer treatment standards and found it was dramatically different to the expensive treatment I recieved in the private sector. I also discovered that my private oncologist also worked in the public sector, where his patients recieved compleatly different standards of care.

My complaints to the health bureaucracy were at first ignored, then brushed off. 

I now run the site www.wikihospitals.org

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Reply Wikihospitals
1:28 AM on March 2, 2015 
I'm updating my site this year, moving to a new provider and adding graphics. I'm also clarifying how health care is funded in Australia, and the difference in monitoring standards between public and private hospitals. As well, a database is being designed, that will ultimately give people information on the Best Practice guidelines for their disease, the best hospitals, common errors, quality apps and smart devices, education and support services. The aim is to make public essential information on cost and quality of health care services.