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Dr. Janet Parker, DVM
Executive Director, Medical Whistleblower
Washington, DC 20015
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Medical Whistleblower is an organization dedicated to advocacy and emotional support for those who have bravely stepped forward to "Tell Truth to Power" to the Medical Establishment. Medical Whistleblowers report Medical Fraud, Abuse and Neglect to State and Federal Agencies. Medical Whistleblower advocates for those who are defenders of human rights. Medical Whistleblower is a not for profit organization now located in Washington DC. Medical Whistleblower provides educational programs for the public, educational materials and brochures, publishes Canary Notes Newsletter, and provides advocacy through raising public awareness and public participation in the democratic process. The Executive Director of Medical Whistleblower is Dr. Janet Parker DVM.
(14 comments) SHARE Saturday, May 29, 2010 Contemplating the Death Penalty and Justice
Human rights advocates have expressed concerns about the appropriateness of the death penalty as it is applied here in the USA. Statistics did not prove that it was a real deterrent to crime. Instead by 2001, the murder rate in the death penalty states was 37% higher than the rate in states without the death penalty.
SHARE Sunday, May 23, 2010 The Homicide of Dr. Vajinder Toor: Entrenched problems within the medical care system
The 4/26/10 homicide of Vajinder Toor is a tragedy that points to inadequate safeguards to permit a doctor to bring patient safety concerns forward. We must look unflinchingly at the entrenched problems within our medical care system. We must ask for transformative justice that changes the system and gives medical professionals adequate protection so that they can be effective defenders of human rights.
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 3, 2010 Law Enforcement and Medical Professionals Should Collaborate to Protect Patients
Surprisingly Medical Whistleblowers can come from many different professional disciplines. There are many ways in which Medical Whistleblowers and law enforcement officials interact. Some are positive collaborations in regards to investigations of problems within the medical community. Some are negative interactions leading to retraumatization of an already threatened and intimidated witness.
SHARE Friday, April 2, 2010 "Nothing About Us Without Us"
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) was signed by the President and is a treaty defining the rights of persons with disabilities under international human rights law which affects more than 600 million persons with disabilities around the world. The United States will this fall be examining its own record in regards to human rights and preparing a report for the United Nations.
SHARE Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Vicarious and Whistleblower Trauma in Those Who Protect and Serve
Law Enforcement Officers can themselves become Medical Whistleblowers. In the performance of their duties Law Enforcement Officers can confront medical fraud, abuse, neglect and human rights violations. They deal daily with crime, criminal suspects, and the vulgarities of the imperfect court system. Law enforcement officers become hardened to the trauma they see every day but are not unaffected.
SHARE Tuesday, March 30, 2010 Human Rights Law and Returning Veterans
Medication side effects are the #4 leading cause of death in the U.S. annually. Veterans have the right to make informed, intelligent choices about medications and natural alternatives to maximize the benefits and minimize the risks of treatment. There are effective treatment strategies for PTSD that do not use drug therapy. Cognitive Behavioral th
SHARE Sunday, January 3, 2010 Prevention of Torture - A Lot Still Needs to be Done
The President of the United States Barack Obama signed the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled Persons (CRDP) which is a human rights document that hopes to make human rights protection a reality for the world's 600 million disabled persons. Certain rights that are considered to be 'non-derogable,' meaning that states have no legal basis, even in a state of emergency, to refuse to honor these rights.
SHARE Friday, December 18, 2009 The Guard Dog was Silent in the Night - Part I
Why would medical professionals today who pledged to obey the Hippocratic Oath not come forward when they saw abuse, neglect and human rights violations? The answer to that question is very complex and rooted in the undercover system of how quality control happens in the American medical system.
SHARE Monday, September 28, 2009 Insurance Company Financing Corruption in Medical Quality Assurance
The State Physicians Health Program receive a majority of their income from INSURANCE COMPANIES and in most states they monitor every licensed medical professional in the state without any governmental supervision for their "monitoring" activities. Thus they exert power and authority with Color of Law assertion of governmental immunity granted by the state government.
SHARE Monday, September 21, 2009 Medical Whistleblower Letter to the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights
Dr. Janet Parker DVM, Executive Director of Medical Whistleblower requests the Office of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to look into denial of Due Process Rights for licensed medical professionals and lack of protection of Medical Whistleblowers who are Defenders of Human Rights. Assistant US Attorney Tom Wales was a Defender of Human Rights and was murdered Oct. 2001. His murder is still unsolved.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, August 26, 2009 Whistleblowers Spiritual Strength Tested
Whistleblowers face many challenges and much spiritual testing during their efforts to tell truth to power. Medical Whistleblower welcomes all whistleblowers to attend the National Medical Whistleblower Conference in Lawrence Kansas on Sept 11-13, 2009 Contact MedicalWhistleblower@gmail.com for further details.
SHARE Wednesday, August 19, 2009 President Signs UN Convention Against Torture of Disabled
July 30, 2009, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, signed The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities into law. Listen Live while we discuss this historic document and what it means on Medical Whistleblower Blog Talk Radio Show 8/15/09 at 5 PM Central Time Call in +1 347-857-4599
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, August 17, 2009 Airline Travelers in Danger of Aerotoxic Syndrome
Inhalation of toxic airplane cabin air causes an illness that has been named Aerotoxic Syndrome. The cabin air is contaminated with oil from the jet engines because a supply of warm compressed air is pumped into the cabin which comes from the air passing through the airplane's jet engines. Listen to BlogTalkRadio with MedicalWhistleblower 8/19/09 at 11 AM Central Time or call in (347) 857-4599
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, August 8, 2009 Gifted Surgeon now Prisoner in the System
Dr. Jacques Jaikaran MD is now a prisoner in a solitary jail cell. Come listen live to Medical Whistleblower as we find out about this fascinating court case from those close to the action. Call in (347)857-4599 at 9 AM Central Time Monday 8/10/09 or listen through your own computer on the web.
SHARE Tuesday, August 4, 2009 Suppression Of Airline Whistleblowers Is Systemic
Dan Hanley, public spokesperson for a grassroots air safety advocacy group Whistleblowing Airline Employees Association says suppression of airline employees from speaking out on issues of public transportation safety is systemic throughout the airline industry based on reports being received. Join us for the Blog Talk radio show on Saturday August 8, 2009 at 5 PM Central Time 347-857-4599.
SHARE Sunday, July 26, 2009 Eli Lilly Executive, Dr. John Virapen, Interviewed by Medical Whistleblower
Medical Whistleblower will be interviewing Former Eli Lilly executive, Dr. John Virapen Ph.D. Monday July 27, 2009 at 9 AM Central Time. to tune in or call (347) 857-4599. John Virapen used to be the executive director of the Swedish branch of Eli Lilly & Company, one of the biggest international pharceutical companies.
SHARE Saturday, March 7, 2009 Dr. Lokesh Vuyyuru Demonstrates Courage in Face of Retaliation
Courageous Medical Whistleblower Dr. Lokesh Babu Vuyyuru MD from Virginia risked his medical career to provide critical information to the FBI about massive medical fraud done by the Hospital Corporation of America and Community Health Systems. Through his work as a newspaper publisher Dr. Vuyyuru has given voice to patient concerns and promoted the improvement of patient care and public health services.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, September 30, 2008 Money Laundering, Mortgage Fraud and the Medical Whistleblower
Mortgage Fraud and Money Laundering of the illegal profits are associated with broad based governmental corruption. This corruption leads to a protection of the money laundering apparatus. Unfortunately more and more criminals are turning to the medical community as the place to hide their illegal gains. The medical community offers many advantages to the money laundering enterprise.
(6 comments) SHARE Thursday, September 25, 2008 The Spiritual Journey of a Whistleblower
The act of Whistleblowing requires ethical and moral decisions that define a spiritual journey. The challenges and tribulations of the Whistleblower's experience cause them to look for inward strength and spiritual direction.