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A NSW GP who sent hundreds of text messages – some explicit – to a vulnerable patient, and took another out on a date, has had his registration cancelled A …

The regulatory agency is midway through conducting a review on its policies and procedures in relation to safeguarding the confidentiality of notifiers In November 2018, the AJP reported the story of an Adelaide …

A man who posed as a pharmacist has pleaded guilty in court, while a suspended pharmacist has pleaded guilty for holding himself out as registered A Sydney man has pleaded guilty to …

Tribunal not convinced the former pharmacist in charge had reformed, two years after being struck off for dispensing $10,000 worth of drugs ‘off books’ to a patient A pharmacist who …

The owner of two Melbourne pharmacies has had his case upheld in Federal Court against the Health Minister over the approval of a 24-hr pharmacy attached to a medical centre …

Police have charged five people over their alleged roles in the coordinated theft of more than $1 million worth of baby formula across Sydney Police have arrested a 31-year-old man in …

A doctor, pharmacist and nurse have been accused of hastening the death of a patient using a “grossly excessive” dosage of pain medication Three healthcare practitioners in the United States …

A GP has been reprimanded and suspended for creating false documents, using the names of staff members to obtain stock, and prescribing while unregistered A Sydney GP, who obtained his …

Pharmacy owner found guilty of professional misconduct for supplying S8 drugs in breach of conditions A pharmacist who owned and operated a rural pharmacy in Western Australia between 2003 and …

A WA pharmacy owner has been convicted, fined and reprimanded for selling a prohibited drug to a man known to police A WA pharmacist and co-owner of four pharmacies in …

A state pharmacy authority has reprimanded several pharmacists and cautioned two others for breaching good pharmacy practice In October and November this year, the Victorian Pharmacy Authority conducted seven panel …

A tribunal found the doctor had facilitated a car sale between his daughter and a vulnerable patient, and provided an affidavit for a patient’s ex-partner to use in family court …