Are mandatory reporting laws a barrier to help doctors with mental health issues?

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Dr Joanna Flynn, chair of the Australian Medical Board, clears up some myths around mandatory reporting laws and acknowledgles their thresholds are not as widely known as they should be. She says the misconception the laws would require a doctor to report a peer who disclosed they were burnt out, anxious or depressed is a "major problem".

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