Dr Lachlan Dunjey

Dr Lachlan Dunjey has been a general practitioner for over 50 years. He is married to Liz and has four adult children and ten grandchildren. Lachlan has been active in the ethical and moral issues facing our nation since being President of Baptist Churches of WA in 1989/90. These include the defence of marriage and family, abortion, euthanasia and freedom of speech and belief. Lachlan is the founder of Choose Life Australia, Medicine with Morality, The Belt of Truth, Conscience in Medicine and Doctors for the Family.

Articles by Dr Lachlan Dunjey:

  • 14 January 2022

    1.8 MINS

    Why are we being pushed to vaccinate our children, when the long-term side effects of the coronavirus vaccines are not yet known, and short-term ones observed h

  • 13 September 2021

    2.5 MINS

    Doctors are the guardians of community health, and as such they have a duty to speak out on issues that matter. A Message to Doctors: We have both an obligation

  • 28 July 2021

    2.4 MINS

    (Inspired by a recent Zits comic, where Jeremy comes home to find there is a new rug in the kitchen and he reminisces about the old one being a magic carpet and

  • 21 July 2021

    2.2 MINS

    Moral injury is an event that violates deeply-held moral beliefs or values. It can cause a profound psychological distress that results from actions, or lack of

  • 1 January 2021

    2 MINS

    The polarisation of medicine and medical defence organisations. The mutually exclusive “affirming” pathways for children wishing to change sex represent a clear

  • 24 December 2020

    1.3 MINS

    Once again, the healing of wounds. A reason to rejoice. Even dance. We are in our island fortress, so protected from the virus ravaging other countries far away

  • 18 December 2020

    12.3 MINS

    The new Australian Medical Association Code of Conduct (COC) that takes effect as from 1 Oct 2020 is not a code of ethics, but it could easily be interpreted as

  • 28 November 2020

    1.1 MINS

    The Heart of Medicine is for good health outcomes by working in cooperation with our patients. To maintain health, to restore health, to heal. To cure sometimes

  • 27 November 2020

    2.2 MINS

    Fact: Dr Kok, a competent GP of 15 years, well-respected by his patients, posted comments on social media and at least one article in a Christian newspaper rega

  • 24 November 2020

    2.3 MINS

    We can be thankful for the Brereton Enquiry. Yes, saddened by the exposure but still holding the SAS Regiment in honour. And yet -- once again -- dishonour is h