Wednesday, December 31, 2008

International Human Rights

Wed, Dec 31, 2008 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM CST



International Medical Whistleblowers
Human Rights Defenders






1. Please join my Free Webinar. - (time lent to us by Free State)

Wed, Dec 31, 2008 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM CST


https://www.gotowebinar.com/register/555394511


2. You will be connected to audio using your computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended.

Or, you may select "Use Telephone" after joining the Webinar.

Dial 773-945-1010
Access Code: 117-381-560
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting

Webinar Password: Holiday9
Webinar ID: 555-394-511


Please email me any questions you have regarding the process at MedicalWhistleblower@gmail.com The program will be conducted in English.

As Executive Director of Medical Whistleblower I work as an advocate for Medical Whistleblowers in the USA and internationally. I believe that our Medical Whistleblowers in the United States and internationally are crucial in prevention and reporting Human Rights abuse and neglect. In our ranks of Medical Whistleblowers we have many who are trained as clinical Psychiatrists and clinical Psychologists and even those who are forensic examiners. These medical professionals are extremely important in the evaluation of victims of torture. Every medical professional is not only trained to identify abuse - physical, emotional, sexual, financial but also mandated to report it. The Hippocratic Oath makes it a moral and ethical responsibility to report. When the system permits unrelenting retaliation against mandated reporters, we do not have a functioning system to prevent abuse. This has been extremely important in regards to abuse of prisoners and vulnerable elderly or mentally ill patients. The problem of witness intimidation and lack of Due Process for complaints of retaliation against Medical Whistleblowers is a Human Rights issue of international importance.
To participate by free VOIP you only need a computer and be logged into your email at the time of the call. It is helpful to have a headset with a microphone that has a USB port and hooked into your computer. Without it you can still hear what is going on and see the screen but depending on your own computer system may not be able to talk. It is very important to learn to use the VOIP system so that you can participate for free. We do not yet have capacity to do live audio translations but can do google chat translations if necessary. Please let me know if translation is necessary so we can prepare adequate technical interface. We look forward to your input on how to serve you better.
The next session is scheduled for
Thursday, Jan 1, 2009 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM CST (Medical Whistleblower)

Please email me if you are planning on attending and I will mail you the password and weblink to attend the day of the webinar.

Sincerely,
Dr. Janet Parker D.V.M.
Executive Director, Medical Whistleblower

Friday, December 19, 2008

The GHB Series

The Perfect Poison - The Date Rape Drug
The Silent Crime - Gay Rape
The Brutal Protection - Protection of Criminal Enterprise
The Golden Highway - Money Laundering
The Secret Passion - Child Sexual Abuse
The Mute Witness - Drug Diversion
The Hidden Cargo - Human Trafficking
The Covert Persuasion - Mortgage Fraud
The White Coat Barricade - Medical Fraud and Sham Peer Review
The Slippery Slope - Patient Abuse
The Quiet Theft - Contract Fraud
The Clandestine Collusion - Conspiracy
The Consent of Law - Subversion of Judicial & Legislative Process

Medical Whistleblower Brochures

Please indicate which brochure you would like to have e-mailed to you. E-mailed brochures are provided free of charge. Due to budgetary constraints we are not able, at this time, to mail printed brochures. E-mail request to MedicalWhistleblower@gmail.com or mail to Medical Whistleblower, P.O. Box C, Lawrence, KS 66044 Please remember to include your e-mail address so that we can e-mail a digital Adobe pdf file of the brochure to you. (Limit 6 per request)

 1. Who We Are
 2. Advice for Whistleblowers
 3. Advice for Whistleblower Supporters
 4. To Close for Comfort – Impact on Intimate Relationships
 5. The Spiritual Side of Whistleblowing
 6. Telling Your Story Anonymously
 7. How to be a Volunteer for Medical Whistleblower
 8. Your Problem Solving Personality
 9. Bullying in the Workplace
 10. Post Traumatic Stress – Psychological & Emotional Symptoms
 11. Post Traumatic Stress – Physical Symptoms
 12. The Effects of Whistleblower Retaliation
 13. Grief & Loss
 14. Dissociation & Avoidance
 15. Anxiety & Fear
 16. Depression & Social Isolation
 17. Anger & Frustration
 18. Self-Esteem, Recognition & Self Fulfillment
 19. Re-Traumatization & Betrayal of Trust
 20. Drug Free Relaxation Techniques
 21. Partners with Law Enforcement
 22. Obstruction of Justice – Witness Intimidation
 23. Crime Victim’s Rights
 24. Bridging Differences – Communication Cross Professional Disciplines
 25. Crossing the White Coat Barricade
 26. Beyond the Wall of Silence – National Security Whistleblowers
 27. Behind the Blue Line – Law Enforcement Whistleblowers
 28. Non-Violent Dissent
 29. Medical Ethics
 30. Mandated Reporters – Protection
 31. Mandated Reporters – Retaliation
 32. Mandated Reporters - Restorative Justice
 33. Mandated Reporters – Emotional Healing
 34. Sexual Assault & Post Traumatic Stress
 35. Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
 36. Medical Whistleblowers - Restorative Justice
 37. Medical Whistleblower Case Advocacy
 38. Bad Faith Peer Review
 39. Medical Board Review
 40. Due Process & Bias in the Court
 41. Hostile Psychiatric Examinations
 42. The Disruptive Physician
 43. Allegations of “Impaired Provider”
 44. Substance Abuse & Treatment
 45. Licensing Issues
 46. Legislative Advocacy
 47. Judicial Accountability
 48. The Still Small Voice – Inner Light
 49. The Media
 50. Obtaining Legal Assistance

Medical Whistleblower Canary Notes

Medical Whistleblower Newsletters
Canary Notes

Medical Newsletter Canary Notes is only available to registered Medical Whistleblowers unless a special request has been authorized by Medical Whistleblower. As a registered Medical Whistleblower please indicate which back issues of Medical Whistleblower’s Canary Notes Newsletter you would like to have e-mailed to you. E-mailed Newsletters are provided free of charge. Due to budgetary constraints we are not able, at this time, to mail printed Newsletters. E-mail your request to MedicalWhistleblower@gmail.com or mail to Medical Whistleblower, P.O. Box C, Lawrence, KS 66044

Volume 1 Issue 0 Preliminary Issue – Bridging the Gap – Communication across Professional Disciplines




Volume 1 Issue 1 Jan 2006 Due Process
Volume 1 Issue 2 Feb 2006 Bullying in the Workplace
Volume 1 Issue 3 March 2006 Criminal Corruption & Money Laundering
Volume 1 Issue 4 April 2006 Criminal RICO
Volume 1 Issue 5 May 2006 Law Enforcement Investigation Techniques
Volume 1 Issue 6 June 2006 Mortgage Fraud
Volume 1 Issue 7 July 2006 Monroe v Pape Title 42 § 1983
Volume 1 Issue 8 August 2006 Crime Victim’s Rights
Volume 1 Issue 9 Sept 2006 Crime Victim’s Compensation
Volume 1 Issue 10 Oct 2006 Post Traumatic Stress – Psychiatric Injury
Volume 1 Issue 11 Nov 2006 Psychiatric Rights and the Law
Volume 1 Issue 12 Dec 2006 Vicarious Trauma
Volume 2 Issue 1 Jan 2007 PTSD – Tolling the Statutes of Limitations
Volume 2 Issue 2 Feb 2007 Civil Rights – Racial
Volume 2 Issue 3 March 2007 Civil Rights – Religious
Volume 2 Issue 4 April 2007 Martin Luther King and Title 42 § 1983
Volume 2 Issue 5 May 2007 Civil Rights – Disabled
Volume 2 Issue 6 June 2007 Sexual Harassment
Volume 2 Issue 7 July 2007 White Collar Crime & Criminal Intelligence
Volume 2 Issue 8 August 2007 National Security Intelligence
Volume 2 Issue 9 Sept 2007 Select Agents and Bioterrorism
Volume 2 Issue 10 Oct 2007 Drug Trafficking & Drug Intelligence
Volume 2 Issue 11 Nov 2007 Methamphetamine – Public Health Issues
Volume 2 Issue 12 Dec 2007 Constitutional Rights
Volume 3 Issue 1 Jan 2008 Reasonable Suspicion & Probable Cause
Volume 3 Issue 2 Feb 2008 Protection & Restraining Orders
Volume 3 Issue 3 March 2008 American Disabilities Act Workplace
Volume 3 Issue 4 April 2008 Homelessness & Trauma
Volume 3 Issue 5 May 2008 Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault
Volume 3 Issue 6 June 2008 Mandated Reporter
Volume 3 Issue 7 July 2008 Stalking