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Chinese doctors were found dead after they disappeared, and their medical licenses were affected

Source: xkb.com.au
[社会新闻]     14 Sep 2020
On the eve of father's day this year, adelaide, a chinese gynecologist with three children, was found dead two days after his disappearance. He was allegedly active in defending the interests of the Chinese-Australian community, but was also subjected to medical conditions for complaints.
Chinese doctors were found dead after they disappeared, and their medical licenses were affected

Dr. Ye Yan-weng, who died. (Image of Advertiser)

On the eve of father's day this year, adelaide, a chinese gynecologist with three children, was found dead two days after his disappearance. He was allegedly active in defending the interests of the Chinese-Australian community, but was also subjected to medical conditions for complaints.

Yen Yung Yap, Yan Weng ,43, was found dead on September 5. Two days earlier, South Australian police had called on the public to provide clues about his whereabouts.

The police now refer the case to the South Australia Coroner's Investigation Department, but do not consider Yan Weng's death suspicious.

Ye was a gynecologist and IVF (IVF) expert, with clinics in Grandor (Glandore) and Adelaide Port (Port Adelaide), according to the report. He studied medicine at the University of Adelaide (Adelaide University) and later served as an Australian Health Reform Association (Australian Health Reform Society) officer.

"Many mothers have benefited from his treatment and improved medical skills, and he has made every effort to bring many baby safely to the world ," Anthony Pun, Anthony Pan, president of the Australian Health Reform Association, posted on Facebook after Ye died. The Chinese-Australian community lost one of her great descendants. He (Ye Yanweng) has devoted himself to family, work and community, and could have contributed far more to the world. "

Anthony said Ye was keen to serve the interests of the Australian Chinese community.

Chinese doctors were found dead after they disappeared, and their medical licenses were affected

During Ye's disappearance, police called on the public to provide clues. (Image of Advertiser)

On the other hand, Ye received complaints about his practice and performance, so the Australian Medical Commission (Medical Board of Australia) attached conditions to his medical license in March 2018. He subsequently appealed to the South Australian Health Practitioners Arbitration Tribunal (SA Health Practitioners Tribunal) for the removal of the relevant conditions.

The tribunal granted Ye's appeal last month and listed in the document the conditions that Ye was attached to by the Australian Medical Commission, including the requirement that he complete the "education course" and receive "one-on-one education" on how to communicate with patients and colleagues ".

Australian Health Practitioners Board (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) speaker is now reluctant to comment on Ye's additional medical conditions for privacy protection.

But speaker said in a statement :" We are sad about Dr. Ye's death and extend our condolences to his relatives, friends and colleagues. "

He also called on doctors and medical students in difficult circumstances to get help through the Doctor's Health Service. A subsidiary of the Australian Medical Association (Australian Medical Association), funded by the Australian Medical Commission.

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Marissa
So sad, such big contributions to society.
16 Sep 2020 2:19 am
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