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The NSW medical practitioner has appealed his suspension following a complaint of excessive prescribing of opiates and benzodiazepines The Medical Council of NSW suspended a GP’s registration from 13 May …

A small but growing number of pharmacists are carving out a new role for the profession in their work as pharmacists embedded within GP clinics There’s no such thing as …

In our latest podcast, pharmacists explain how and when you need to be assertive, the importance of respectful listening and picking the right language and tone to use  In this …

A health practitioner has been given less than a month to show why she shouldn’t be struck off the register, after a tribunal found she had engaged in unethical conduct …

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 GP has been suspended after improper administration of morphine, Valium and lidocaine during a cosmetic procedure, which landed his patient in the emergency ward A general practitioner has been …

A NSW GP who sent hundreds of text messages – some explicit – to a vulnerable patient, and took another out on a date, has had his registration cancelled A …

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, the AJP reported the story of an Adelaide …

Dr Cindy Pan – GP, TV personality and author – talks to Miranda Deakin about “life’s little nasties” in a discussion of the female body, sexuality and relationships

A GP has been reprimanded and suspended for creating false documents, using the names of staff members to obtain stock, and prescribing while unregistered A Sydney GP, who obtained his …

A tribunal found the doctor had facilitated a car sale between his daughter and a vulnerable patient, and provided an affidavit for a patient’s ex-partner to use in family court …

Addressing pharmacists’ concerns, the organisation says it will be reviewing its policies and procedures in relation to safeguarding the confidentiality of notifiers This month AJP reported the story of an …