Dr David Galler, a member of the team of intensive care and burns specialists at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital, writes about that terrible day and its aftermath.
It's unacceptable to shrug off greenhouse gases as someone else's problem.
Healthcare organisations need to realise that climate change and wellbeing are intertwined – and that what's good for the environment is always good for health.
Intensive care specialist David Galler remembers the time he tried and failed to save a New Zealander restrained in the same way that caused the death of American man George Floyd.
Dr David Galler offers seven lessons from past reviews of the NZ health system that should inform the thinking currently under way.
There is an enormous mismatch between the size of the damage caused by tobacco, alcohol and unhealthy food and the amount invested in preventing that damage
I was embarrassed and outraged by the news about the state of the hospital where I work, writes Dr David Galler – for this systematic betrayal of the very people we are here to serve and of the staff that works so hard to help them.