Dr Charlie Teo fights 'malicious' complaints system
On a crisp autumn day in Sydney, a medical conference is underway.
Inside the small, dimly lit room at the Novotel in Darling Harbour, conference-goers swill down takeaway coffees before edging their way to their seats, and a sound man makes last-minute adjustments to a microphone.
But this is no typical medical conference.
The meeting of around 100 health professionals will hear from an assortment of doctors and nurses who claim to be victims of their colleagues, aided and abetted by the myriad health regulators and medical investigators there to protect