‘The intent of the complaint is to cause harm or distress.’

What is a vexatious complaint, who makes them and what should pharmacists do if they’re on the receiving end? Notifications against health practitioners including pharmacists are rising, and some of these include vexatious notifications or complaints. PDL professional officer and pharmacist Gary West says analysis suggests the reasons for the rise in notifications are multifactorial.

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