Jail time and doubled fines for fake pharmacists

Tougher new penalties for people holding themselves out to be registered health practitioners From 1 July, amendments to the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law will see people who pretend to be registered practitioners face the possibility of a maximum term of three years imprisonment per offence. This is the first time that criminal proceedings leading

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