‘Differences’ blamed for Katelaris’ MJA departure

In a statement released on Friday, AMPCo confirmed that Dr Katelaris was no longer the editor of the publication, citing “operational issues and other differences between Dr Katelaris and the board”.

Dr Katelaris, who spent just 18 months in the role, had taken the MJA to Fair Work Australia seeking resolution of a general protections dispute.

The AMPCo statement went on to say, “Dr Katelaris, along with the board of AMPCo, continue to share a genuine commitment to assisting medical practitioners in the delivery of

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