‘No evidence of insight or remorse’

A pharmacist with an impairment has been reprimanded and her registration suspended after she self-dispensed inappropriately The pharmacist fronted the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, facing allegations that she had engaged in professional misconduct. The pharmacist and the Ombudsman provided the Tribunal with an agreed statement of facts, in which the pharmacist admitted the allegations.

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