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A medical practitioner has been suspended for four months after she was found to have improperly prescribed peptides The GP was suspended by the State …

A pharmacist who kept opening and operating a pharmacy alone – after he was suspended – has been fined $24,500 A NSW Court has convicted …

APP2019 might be over, but the pharmacy sector didn’t slow down, with a big week in industrial relations and other business matters Workers at three …

A pharmacist made an unfair dismissal complaint after he was fired for allegedly “sculling” leftover medicine… but he left it too late In early September …

A GP has been reprimanded and his registration suspended for six months after providing medical care to close family in avoidable circumstances The Medical Board …

The regulatory agency is midway through conducting a review on its policies and procedures in relation to safeguarding the confidentiality of notifiers In November 2018, …

Queensland’s updated legislation on mandatory reporting has passed, but doctors have expressed concern The Health Practitioner Regulation National Law and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018 …

Complaints and concerns about doctors who provide complementary medicines has sparked a consultation by the Medical Board The Board is consulting on options to more …

A doctor has been reprimanded for self-prescribing and prescribing in the name of his then partner The Medical Board of Australia has published details of …

AHPRA is calling for changes that would mean pharmacists could nominate one or more aliases to be recorded on the public register Any changes could …

AHPRA and Western Australia Police have announced a Memorandum of Understanding enabling greater coordination and communication between the two agencies for the protection of the …

A cohort study has examined five years’ worth of AHPRA notifications and found pharmacists comprise only 5% – while more than half pertained to doctors …