World news wrapup: 10 November 2022

New Zealand pharmacy leader calls for inappropriate prescribing crackdown; sentence reduced for Canadian pharmacist who faked robbery; pharmacist drowns providing health care New Zealand: A leading pharmacist has urged authorities to take action on unlawful prescribing, after a GP was found guilty of professional misconduct over his methylphenidate and dexamphetamine prescribing. According to Pharmacy Today,

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