Dr Nikki Stamp
Professional heart surgeon. Amateur writer. Champion for women.
Dr Nikki Stamp is a cardiothoracic surgeon who supports women in surgery and women's heart health.
Purporting to be natural, real and flawed, when the face you present to the public is worthy of a spot in the Louvre is a slap in the face to many women.
If a profession who cares for others can't care for itself, what hope does everyone else have?
31/03/2017 11:04 AM AEDT
Valentine's Day was never intended to be a day selling cards or flowers or chocolates.
14/02/2017 9:42 AM AEDT
Hating ourselves into slimming down is not the answer.
06/02/2017 12:29 PM AEDT
Our society still values women as wives and mothers above all else.
24/01/2017 9:18 AM AEDT
Women have got the right to work and vote, so what's next?
13/01/2017 1:49 PM AEDT
It's called stress-induced cardiomyopathy.
09/01/2017 12:16 PM AEDT
Why is it her job, rather than her husband's infidelity?
07/12/2016 5:33 AM AEDT
And vice versa.
05/12/2016 9:45 AM AEDT
We need to protect the public from false or dangerous information.
18/11/2016 5:45 AM AEDT
Here's what you can do about it.
17/11/2016 11:17 AM AEDT
Since we've now clicked over into November, the year end is close. Christmas fare is in all of the shops, the days are longer
02/11/2016 10:47 AM AEDT
It's not real.
20/10/2016 12:02 PM AEDT
For every message that says we can do it, there is one that says we can't.
13/10/2016 5:41 AM AEDT
Smile at the person opposite you on the train, wish the barista a good day when you get your morning coffee or offer some help to someone who looks like they might need it. It's not a massive amount to ask and the dividends may be great.
05/10/2016 10:43 AM AEDT
Seth Sentry has a problem with science. It has, thus far, failed to provide him with a hoverboard. However, his gripes are pretty minimal when it comes to the barrage of blame that science, medicine and other reputable branches of investigation get from the Instafamous, celebrity chefs and so-called wellness warriors.
29/09/2016 7:06 AM AEST
I'm not sure why a profession of carers is so bad at looking after its own, why smart intelligent professionals from all areas are comfortable condemning their employees and colleagues to misery.
15/09/2016 5:40 AM AEST
Ultimately, Howard is right. Because what he is really saying is that in our current status quo, we have about as much chance of keeping the same PM for the next four years as we do have of reaching parity in the workforce.
12/09/2016 10:26 AM AEST
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