Pharmacist ‘lacked the strength of personality to challenge the status quo’

An “inappropriate GP” next door, and an owner with a “dominant personality that meant the pharmacy operated as a virtual dictatorship”, were factors in a pharmacist’s professional misconduct A pharmacist has been found guilty of professional misconduct after he inappropriately dispensed medicines for eight patients, and admitted to an “outrageous [prescribing] history for which there

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