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AustraliaDoctor suspended after online rape posts

06:36  07 june  2019
06:36  07 june  2019 Source:

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An emergency department doctor in Australia has been suspended by the medical board for six weeks after he repeatedly called online for women to An investigation into Dr Lee’s conduct was launched by the Tasmanian Health Practitioners Tribunal in December 2016 after online posts that were

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Doctor suspended after online rape posts © AAP Image/April Fonti A doctor who claimed "some women deserved to be raped" has had his suspension extended indefinitely by the national health practitioner watchdog amid an investigation into his behaviour.

Dr Christopher Kwan Chen Lee was in April found guilty of professional misconduct and suspended for six weeks by the Tasmanian Health Practitioners Tribunal for making a series of inappropriate online comments.

That suspension was due to expire on June 11, but on Friday the Medical Board of Australia extended it indefinitely.

"The board has taken this action in the public interest to maintain confidence in the medical profession," it said in a statement.

Dr Lee was employed in Tasmania for two years from February 2016, and was in early 2019 working at Box Hill in Victoria.

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