GP disqualified after drug, professional misconduct charges

A doctor who asked a patient to pretend to have firearms to sell to another patient has been disqualified from applying for registration for six months Western Australia’s State Administrative Tribunal has disqualified the medical practitioner from applying for six months after finding he behaved in a way that constitutes professional misconduct. During a consultation

This content is restricted to registered users only. If you have already registered on the AJP website please login below, Or you can Register for free.

Forgot Password?Why do I need to login & stay in?

Previous Pharmacist named NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year
Next Research Roundup