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What are the consequences of bankruptcy? Stephanie McGrath looks at the effects on pharmacy owners On 18 February 2019 AJP reported that the National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits) Bill 2019 …

How CWH and local discounters are affecting Kiwi pharmacies; Oklahoma sues over opioid epidemic; is Boots to close 200 stores? New Zealand: TVNZ has reported on the rise of Chemist …

A man who threatened to taser a Chemist Warehouse security guard has been handed a suspended sentence The Herald Sun reports that Samuel George Tzeegankoff pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery, …

A doctor who self-injected fentanyl in a hospital bathroom has been reprimanded and fined $5,000 The doctor was facing three allegations: that he misappropriated fentanyl from his employer by diverting …

A doctor who improperly supplied cephalexin to two different girlfriends to treat their UTIs, and engaged in sexual activity during hospital shifts, has had his bid for reinstatement denied A …

Pharmacists shouldn’t be “prescription police;” confusion reigns in Arkansas; too much red tape in Ireland UK: Pharmacists should not be the “prescription police,” the chair of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society …

A pharmacist decided it was too inconvenient to get to a doctor for scripts – so he prescribed S4 medicines to himself instead A pharmacist with 20 years’ experience as …

A GP’s registration has been suspended after she engaged in a sexual relationship with a patient, then kept communicating with him after he ended the affair She continued to communicate …

Almost all Pakistani pharmacies have no pharmacist; pharmacist in US$200 million health care fraud indictment; is “hub and spoke” making a comeback in the UK? Pakistan: While 15,000 pharmacists remain …

A Sydney pharmacist who was jailed for illegally supplying thousands of Gardasil vaccines to Hong Kong will serve the rest of her sentence through community service Sydney pharmacist Kathy Gong …

In the next instalment of the Guild-Ramsay legal saga, the two sides have battled it out over pharmacy ownership and business competition in the courtroom The Pharmacy Guild of Australia …

In a landmark decision, a physiotherapist has received the largest fine against an individual for offences under the National Law in Australia after being convicted of holding out Michael Sylvester …