Eccentricity mistaken for impairment

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A psychiatrist’s diagnosis of a pharmacist with an alcohol use disorder was “entirely speculative,” a Tribunal has found The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal has heard the application of a pharmacist, who was accused of going to work drunk and having an alcohol and drug problem, to have conditions removed from his license. Between March

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