Dr Julie Sladden

Dr Julie Sladden is a medical doctor and freelance writer with a passion for transparency in healthcare. Her op-eds have been published in both The Spectator Australia and The Daily Declaration. In 2022, she was elected as a Local Government Councillor for West Tamar in Tasmania. She wants to see her community thrive in all areas including health and well-being.

Articles by Dr Julie Sladden.

  • 31 January 2023

    4.5 MINS

    As someone who has always questioned the safety and efficacy of the Covid ‘injectables’, I’ve thought long and hard about why more doctors haven’t voiced concerns, why so many seem unaware of the documented side effects, and why so few are sounding the alarm. To [...]

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  • 24 November 2022

    4.7 MINS

    With the ongoing censorship of health professionals, how can we truly trust their medical advice? I was recently accused of lying. This was a little hard to swallow, as it was over a directly referenced quote. At the same time, I found the accusation understandable. [...]

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  • 13 October 2022

    4.5 MINS

    How AHPRA entered the consultation room and is now refusing to leave. It’s a story I’ve heard far too many times. “There was no mention of any possible serious side effects other than the after your Covid-19 vaccination information sheet I was handed on the [...]

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  • 7 October 2022

    4.4 MINS

    After the heavy-handed response to coronavirus over the past two years, ordinary folk are left with the devastating repercussions of the lockdowns and vaccine mandates. Our governments must be held accountable for their actions, so that in future, costly mistakes will not be repeated. It [...]

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  • 6 October 2022

    4 MINS

    How poor healthcare regulation can harm citizens. In recent weeks, we have seen an increasing number of Australian healthcare professionals speak out about the silencing and regulation of medical professionals. The Australian Medical Professionals’ Society (AMPS) has recently shed light on serious restrictions placed on healthcare professionals [...]

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  • 5 October 2022

    4.5 MINS

    Sorry seems to be the hardest word for our politicians to utter. Recently I apologised for my profession. It occurred to me it was about time someone said ‘sorry’ for all that was done in the name of science and medicine over the past two [...]

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  • 30 September 2022

    3.8 MINS

    A government power grab created the anti-vax movement. I’ll come clean. Like most people defending their position on the Covid jabs, I used to start my apology with, ‘I’m no anti-vaxxer!’ Having probably received more vaccines than most, given I am both a doctor and [...]

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