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Pharmacists have been reminded that the Code of Conduct applies to all online activity—including public forums and closed groups The Social media policy and Code of conduct for pharmacists both …

A male hormone clinic has been fined over $125,000 after AHPRA brought charges of unlawful advertising Wellness Enterprises Pty Limited, which traded as Australian Male Hormone Clinic, has been found …

A public health advocate has lodged a complaint against Chemist Warehouse’s AFL Grand Final Promotion Associate Professor Ken Harvey from Monash University has lodged a complaint with the TGA, AHPRA …

Melbourne GP Dr John Piesse has been officially suspended while enquiries into his practice continue, says AHPRA Two weeks ago, Dr Piesse was reported to have agreed to an undertaking …

AHPRA and the National Boards have reminded health professionals about their legal obligations regarding advertising AHPRA says registered practitioners need to check, correct and comply with their professional and legal …

A chiropractor has been convicted of false advertising after he claimed to be able to prevent, treat and cure cancer Sydney chiropractor Dr Hance Limboro has been convicted and fined $29,500 …

Latest data from AHPRA show a 20% increase in complaints and concerns, including a 17% increase in mandatory notifications The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the National Boards …

We take a look back at the last week in pharmacy As we head towards Christmas and the end of 2016, life goes on in the pharmacy industry. And life’s …

Questions raised over the success of our national healthcare professional registration scheme Australia’s five-year-old national registration scheme for healthcare practitioners is flawed, an academic has claimed. Writing in the Australian …

Pharmacists are much more likely than doctors to receive a regulatory penalty if they are subject to a notification for unsafe practice, new study reveals An analysis of all notifications …

Difference between state and territory regulations on S8 medicines create difficulties for prescribers, pharmacists and patients, an article published in the Medical Journal of Australia says. “The establishment of a …

Mandatory hair testing will be routine for all registered health practitioners with substance-related impairment, under a screening protocol to be introduced by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and …