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A US pharmacist, who is alleged to have bought $300k worth of N95 masks and sold them at inflated prices, will face federal court over charges of hoarding, price gouging …

A community pharmacist shared concerns to regulators about the high number of oxycodone scripts from a dentist, leading them to uncover prescribing practices that “horrified” an expert witness A dentist …

A coroner has made AHPRA notifications about two health practitioners after a young woman unexpectedly died the day after her methadone dose was bumped up The Victorian woman, who was …

A health practitioner has been given less than a month to show why she shouldn’t be struck off the register, after a tribunal found she had engaged in unethical conduct …

A pharmacist was under pressure to limit dispensing time and sell add-ons when he stole medicines for family, a tribunal has heard A pharmacist has been reprimanded and ordered not …

A tribunal has upheld the suspension of a Melbourne health practitioner for posting controversial views on social media A GP with more than 15 years of practice under his belt …

A former pharmacist has been found guilty of professional misconduct over her running of an IV clinic in Sydney Former pharmacist Shadi Kazeme has been found guilty of unsatisfactory professional …

A Sydney GP will not receive payment of costs by Medical Council of NSW following Impaired Registrants Panel, but he will be allowed to continue prescribing S8 and S4D drugs A …

Eight complaints against a former compounding pharmacist have been dropped by the HCCC, but only after he promised to “never again” seek registration in the future The HCCC has withdrawn …

Two NSW pharmacies have battled it out in court over the definition of a ‘large medical centre’ and the impact of public holidays on operating hours A pharmacy based on …

There has been a recent spate of fraudulent S8 prescriptions along the east coast of Australia, indemnity insurance provider warns Pharmaceutical Defence Limited (PDL) is reminding pharmacists to remain vigilant …

A Sydney doctor whose prescribing of compounded stimulants to at-risk patients was described as ‘reprehensible’ has been struck off the register, while a compounding pharmacist will front the tribunal A …