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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 2018, the pharmacist’s employment at …

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 of Australia has published the …

Patients suffer vision loss after receiving allegedly adulterated eye injections; Boots pharmacists vote for union representation; pharmacist facing charges after unsecured methadone stolen Dallas, Texas: A federal court has ordered …

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 …

A man who posed as a pharmacist has pleaded guilty in court, while a suspended pharmacist has pleaded guilty for holding himself out as registered A Sydney man has pleaded guilty to …

Tribunal not convinced the former pharmacist in charge had reformed, two years after being struck off for dispensing $10,000 worth of drugs ‘off books’ to a patient A pharmacist who …

A pharmacy owner has been reprimanded for failing to maintain accurate S8 records – with evidence of 43 unprocessed transactions in two weeks In January 2019 the Victorian Pharmacy Authority …

A dentist has been reprimanded after prescribing benzodiazepines to a two-year-old and a seven-year-old who both later presented to emergency departments A NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearing has heard …

A pharmacist has had his registration suspended for six months after he dispensed up to 15 tablets of alprazolam and 17 tablets of diazepam per day to a patient The …

A pharmacist said he was unsure which of several forged scripts and non-compliant scripts for drugs of addiction he had dispensed, claiming staff were using his log-in details The pharmacist appeared …

In its latest communication to members, PDL has advised pharmacists how to handle themselves in “APINCH” – when dealing with high-risk medicines A is for Antimicrobials The first medicine class …

PDL has offered advice on whether a prescription could be forged, and what pharmacists should do if they suspect they’ve been handed a fake Scott Ames, principal at Meridian Lawyers, …