SPOTLIGHT: Aussie docs ask pharma to fund staff


Staffing shortfalls at Sydney's Liverpool Hospital are so acute that senior doctors have been lobbying pharma companies for funds to recruit workers; one neurosurgeon asked an unnamed drug maker for $20,000 to pay for an administrative assistant, saying the practice was "widespread." Report

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