‘Oversight’ leads to condition on registration

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A pharmacist who failed to maintain professional indemnity insurance cover while he practised for four months has been found to have engaged in unprofessional conduct The pharmacist had been a registered member of the profession since the end of 2010, and worked as an employee pharmacist, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal heard. For four

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