‘I could not put names to faces of regular customers.’

A young pharmacist who survived a stroke and returned to practice has been told to always work under the supervision of another pharmacist, and not to deal with S8 medicines The Civil and Administrative Tribunal NSW has heard that a pharmacist dispensed for a family member in an opioid treatment program, took patient scripts and

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