Pharmacist who ‘could barely stand’ while working drunk appeals decision

A pharmacist with a history of drink driving, practising while under the influence and forging hospital documents has appealed the cancellation of his registration The Supreme Court of NSW has heard an appeal from the Sydney pharmacist, who argued that his impairment did not mean he was not competent to practise...despite turning up to work

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