Dr. Megan Shields loves the Narconon program

Discussion in 'Martin Ottmann' started by Martin Ottmann, Dec 9, 2012.

  1. Not really a surprise that she did not mention her own association with Scientology:

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  2. Anonymous Member

    this was 15 yrs ago

    does the doc still love scientology's nn, or has he been declared an sp?
  3. He is dead. He died of cancer as far as I know.
  4. George Duggan is not related to Bob Duggan:

  5. This is embarrassing. I mixed up Megan Shields (a woman) with Eugene Denk (a man). He is the one who is dead.
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  6. No problem, she used to work with him. She probably knows if Denk was actually present when LRH died.
  7. Anonymous Member

    Any dox on Dr. Kathleen Kerr and Dr. Paul Jaconello? Canadafags may be interested... as well as teh College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    These scans are annoyingly formatted, is it possible to structure them/host them better?
    interesting stuff tho.
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  11. Anonymous Member

    Any recent dox that is. I believe there was a thread about Dr. Kerr doing research for the US gov/mil on Hubbard detox.
  13. Anonymous Member

    i hope
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  16. Anonymous Member

    So David Miscavige must like this doctor - she let Uwe die so that his wife Laurisse could join Miscavige in illicit sexual activity.
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  17. DeathHamster Member

    Jaconello's wellness center is across the street from the (relocating) Toronto Org.

    Address: 615 Yonge Street, 6th floor, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 1Z5
    He is a Scientologist, and he's been in shit before. this group

    Drugging people made crazy by Scientology: Scientology (text version)#294f61cc6a048a2f
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  19. Quentinanon Member

    "Anyone could use it actually, and I already used it once on a non-Scientologist who hates psychs, too. This is how it works: If someone has to go to the Emergency Room or be admitted to the hospital at Glendale Memorial, all he or she has to do is identify himself or herself as a Scientologist and say that they want the chart flagged for the Scientology Program. This puts into effect the following rules for that person: NO PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION, EVALUATION, OR TREATMENT WILL BE PERMITTED. NO PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS WILL BE ADMINISTERED. BEFORE ANY DRUG OF ANY TYPE IS ADMINISTERED, A NURSE IS SUPPOSED TO GO OVER IT WITH YOU TO EXPLAIN WHAT IT IS FOR, SO YOU CAN BE SURE IT'S OK TO TAKE IT."

    Does that include Vistaril?
  21. Anonymous Member

    So, is the doctor still recommending Scientology's Narconon today?
  22. DeathHamster Member

    Oh hell yes.
    ^^ Acceptable truths. The conferences are run by Scientology, and while she may have written many papers, few (any?) have been published in peer-reviewed medical journals.
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  23. Anonymous Member

    Thanks, but it's not enough to quell my skepticism quite yet.

    Scientology has been known to lie about who is supporting them, claiming support from all sorts of well-regarded people who, if asked, would explain that while they may have lent some support 20 years ago, they no longer do so today, and that Scientology still uses their name 20 years later without permission.

    So is there any information coming straight from the doctor herself that she still supports Scientology's Narconon?

    If action is to be taken to expose this doctor, it's good to be sure.
  24. Anonymous Member

    Ask her.

    Optimum Wellness Medical Group
    1030 S. Glendale Avenue
    Glendale, CA 91205
    Phone: 818.547.5400
    E-mail: optwell1030 at
  25. DeathHamster Member

    Unless she's changed her mind in the last eight years:
    • Narconon responds June 16, 2004, G. Megan Shields, Letters to the Editor, San Francisco Chronicle
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  26. Anonymous Member

    G. Megan Shields is just a Family Practice physician with no specialty training, fellowships or Board Certifications.

    She is not a doctor I would take my child to nor is she any sort of authority on psychology. However G. Megan Shields does appear to be an opportunistic money hungry dangerous doctor that sold her soul to scientology.

    She also is Not A Member of the American Medical Association(AMA) after checking current California records.
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  27. G. Megan Shields, MD

    La Dr. Shields obtenu son diplôme au Medical College of Virginia et est certifiée par l'American Board of Family Practice. Elle donne souvent des conférences sur la toxicomanie et la santé publique et a publié bon nombre d'articles scientifiques sur le rôle de la désintoxication. La Dre Shields est Conseillère médicale pour Narconon à l'échelle internationale.
  28. Anonymous Member

    ^ You are not even a member of the AMA you non-board-certified quack
  29. Anonymous Member

    Many physicians join their specialty professional organizations without also joining the AMA.
  30. Anonymous Member

    ^Yes the less skilled see no need for the AMA nor Board Certification as they could not pass the requirements for any specialty like this quack for instance.
  31. Anonymous Member

    All you need is a checkbook and an MD degree to join the AMA.
  32. Anonymous Member

    Correct. NN websites say she's "board certified ". If she's a family doc, then that board would be the American Board of Family Medicine. I dunno what state she practices in, but I did not find her name in their directory under California or Virginia:
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  33. DeathHamster Member

    I did a search on last name Shields only. There are some Shields listed, but she's not one of them, not in any of the 50 states plus DC!

    The fact that she uses the old name "American Board of Family Practice" (pre-2005) makes me wonder if she lost her board certification a long time ago.
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  34. tippytoe Member

    This quack and her scilon-based quackery must be exposed. Seems like she has flown under the radar for a long time and been able to live a pretty cush life at the expense of her victims like Uwe Stuckenbrock. Time for Anons to turn up the heat under her ass.
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  35. wolfbane Member

    Based on other general practice medical journal articles published in the PubMed archive, it appears that whenever a MD who originally held the american board family medicine certification under the old board name, got re-certified in the later half of 2005 or beyond, they begin to use the new board name from that point on. So they are essentially the same thing, and the 1989 dox in this thread were using the legit board name for that era.

    So the relevant question would be - is she currently using the new board name? If not - her specialty board certification is old and possibly expired.
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    G. Megan Shields, M.D.

    r. G. Megan Shields, M.D. graduated with honors from the College of William and Mary. She earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University. She did her residency in family practice at the University of California Irvine.

    Dr. Shields has received numerous awards for her contributions as an educator. She has also researched and published papers on the subject of chemical detoxification. Dr. Shields is now using Prolotherapy to treat patients with chronic pain.
    She has been in private family practice since 1980.

    Dr. J. Keller Wortham

    r. Wortham has enjoyed working with Dr. Shields and her staff since his 2004. Dr. Wortham received his medical degree from Georgetown University Medical School, and trained in Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. His philosophy on medicine is to treat each patient as a "person", and to acknowledge the power behind health education and spirituality in the healing process.

    Elizabeth Bartlett, M.Ed, MSN, FNP

    etsy" received her bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of New Hampshire and a Master's in Education (M.Ed.) from Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA. After extensive experience in Maternity Nursing and teaching nursing, she received a Master's degree in Nursing (MSN) from the University of Massachusetts, Boston and a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) license. She has a holistic approach to health and has worked in a variety of settings and roles including Mass General Hospital maternity unit, Harvard University and Suffolk University Urgent Care Centers, Regis College/Lawrence Memorial Hospital nursing faculty and administration, and Concord Midwifery Service.

    E-mail: optwell1030 at
    Telephone: 818.547.5400 Fax: 818.547.3380
    1030 S. Glendale Avenue, Suite 503
    Glendale, CA 91205

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  37. DeathHamster Member

    On her actual site, there's no mention of board certification.

    I wonder who gave her the awards....?

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