Medical Board of Australia v Dr Wong  QCAT 112 (Delivered on 1 April 2016)
In an earlier decision of the Medical Board of Australia v Wong  QCAT 439, the Tribunal considered whether Dr Wong’s registration should be cancelled. Dr Wong ceased practice in or about 24 August 2012 voluntarily and immediately having being charged with 27 counts of sexual assault in relation to 19 complainants. All but one of the complainants were patients of Dr Wong. The other was an employee of the practice in which he worked. Read more.
Medical Board of Australia v Shah  QCAT 158 (Delivered on 22 March 2016)
Allegations of professional misconduct. Consideration of appropriate sanction for breaches of the Code of Conduct for Doctors in Australia and Queensland Health Information Policy without reasonable justification. Read more.
Lee v Medical Board of Australia (No 2)  QCAT 321 (Delivered on 26 August 2016)
On 19 July 2013, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) resolved to take immediate action against Dr Lee and impose conditions on his registration (the original decision). On 2 September 2015, AHPRA exercised its power pursuant to Section 126 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act 2009 (Qld) (National Law) to impose additional conditions on Dr Lee (the amended decision). Read more.