...and knowing that entrusting NOTES solely into the keeping of The Patient in the (erroneous) belief that they'd endanger their Job/Career by delivering it to their Employer may (in hindsight) not have been such a good idea. Thus, uncovering
I agree... as I stated Dr's armed with the knowledge that a individual has problems when said person is in control of others lives such as pilots clauses covering this should be included in the hiring procedure....esp after 9/11....I'm amazed that i
Originally Posted By: Celandine I got the CHEAPEST High there is! (kinda') I had a very special kind of stroke* that left me permanently dizzy trust me it's not as much fun as you might normally think *Vertigo: ...a transient ischemic attack (TI
Originally Posted By: bird It seems if he was the cause that he had something askew in his head if such news is true perhaps if Dr's were allowed to make sure that pilots told not to fly had to notify their airline employers things would be differe
Well if all this is true he was excused from flying that day....they have had up dates going on since I posted that info here is the gist so far Quote:The statement said police found medical documents "indicating an existing illness and corresp
I can't read your link on my outdated G4 (my fault, not yours) but earlier today, one of the profilers stated that the pilot had "wanted to fly all his life.. ever since early childhood" my question is, in light of the doctor's note (po
co-pilot concealed an illness from his employers and tore up a doctor's note that called for him to go on medical leave on the day of the tragedy, according to a statement from German prosecutors. http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world...ubitz/7
I got the CHEAPEST High there is! (kinda') I had a very special kind of stroke* that left me permanently dizzy trust me it's not as much fun as you might normally think *Vertigo: ...a transient ischemic attack (TIA) caused by an atrial-fibrilla
Originally Posted By: AusMacWas my bathday pressie up to speed? I was early with the pressie and late with the HB wishes. You nearly slipped that one by me "Hasn't It Rained" Thank You btw I paid closer attention of the BIRDS SI
Originally Posted By: DLCI thought he licked his lips cause they dried out under the sun lamp !! Of COURSE! That would be so obvious it was the first thing I thought of but once you look closer it's all in the timing... He can talk for 5-
Originally Posted By: RebootOriginally Posted By: NucleusG4I just read that Europe and other areas around it don't have that policy. In fact, the article said we (U.S.) didn't have that policy till post 9-11. Granted, hindsight's 20/20 but... ...it
Originally Posted By: AusMacWas my bathday pressie up to speed? I was early with the pressie and late with the HB wishes. Got it! Thank You yes, it was early but .. better early than.. hey, wot am I saying? THE EARLIER THE BETTER! I love it.
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