Penalty reduced for long-past misconduct

Wasting time
After a pharmacist appealed a decision to cancel his registration for three years, patients and colleagues were left thinking he had been “rubbed out,” a tribunal has heard Western Australia’s state administrative tribunal has heard the case of a pharmacist whose professional misconduct was penalised years after it had taken place – a “highly unusual”

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