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What the latest AHPRA snapshot data tells us about pharmacist misdemeanors and demographics The Pharmacy Board of Australia has released a snapshot of the profession in its end-of-financial year report, …

With changes to mandatory notifications to take effect soon, we look at case studies of what constitutes impairment as AHPRA encourages registered practitioners to seek help for their own health …

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 …

What complaints do the public make about pharmacists? And how do these complaints differ from other health professions?  Newly published research has shed light on the demographics of complaints about …

AHPRA and the National Boards have released a new guide to help registered health practitioners understand and meet their obligations on social media The guide reminds practitioners that when interacting …

Recommendations on safeguarding the confidentiality of notifiers are imminent from the review conducted in the wake of the attempted murder of a pharmacist A final report on safeguarding the confidentiality …

A NSW MP has called for real time public reporting about professional misconduct, after a pharmacist’s registration was cancelled for bashing three people The pharmacist owns two pharmacies which solely …

A pharmacist’s registration has been cancelled after he bashed a former patient who came to his pharmacy, and punched a man and a woman outside a hotel At a NSW …

Registration fees for pharmacists for 2019-20 will see one of the highest rates of increase among the health professions The national Boards for the regulated professions, and the Australian Health …

AHPRA has announced a new partnership whereby health regulators will access cultural safety training PricewaterhouseCoopers Indigenous Consulting Pty Limited in partnership with Griffith University First Peoples Health Unit will deliver …

Doctor complaints about pharmacists practising to the top of their scope featured strongly this week… Government talks about the 7CPA with the Guild and PSA have begun, while Chemist Warehouse, …

A man has been fined $60,000 plus costs after he falsely held himself out to be a registered nurse The Victorian man was convicted of charges laid by the Australian …