ABC’s Norman Swan has not suggested he be a doctor because of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency’s “broad definition” to practice, he was previously a “second class” actor according to Sky News host Chris Kenny.
Its website says the practice is not limited to providing direct clinical care. It also includes the use of professional knowledge in a direct, non-clinical relationship with patients and customers, Sky News host Chris Kenny said.
He came to the conclusion that it would be safer to be a second-rate doctor than a second-rate actor.
“But in both, it is imperative that you get your lines right.”