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A pharmacist who failed to maintain professional indemnity insurance cover while he practised for four months has been found to have engaged in unprofessional conduct The pharmacist had been a …

A pharmacist was under pressure to limit dispensing time and sell add-ons when he stole medicines for family, a tribunal has heard A pharmacist has been reprimanded and ordered not …

A man has had his sentence reduced for a number of crimes including the robbery of a pharmacy in which he stole, then later tried to sell, Valium Travers Hayward …

Pharmacist in alleged plot to blow up rival store; city sector lockdown after pharmacist self-treats for COVID-19; pharmacist under investigation for alleged face mask hoarding and price gouging Virginia, US: …

A former pharmacist has been found guilty of professional misconduct over her running of an IV clinic in Sydney Former pharmacist Shadi Kazeme has been found guilty of unsatisfactory professional …

A GP and pharmacist has been suspended after his inappropriate prescribing of S8s painkillers and other drugs of concern The Health Care Complaints Commission prosecuted a general practitioner and pharmacist …

Trump recognises pharmacy accessibility; pharmacist arrested for murder of romantic partner, also a pharmacist; store slammed for refusing asthma medicine delivery Washington, DC: A professor of public policy and international …

A pharmacist has had his registration cancelled for 18 months after he defrauded more than $86,000 from the PBS The proceedings concerned fraudulent PBS claims the pharmacist had made for …

Are they repayable to a landlord if a tenant breaches the lease? Stephanie McGrath investigates An incentive is something offered to a tenant by a landlord when striking a lease …

Robbed pharmacist plans to start support group; NHS warns of phone/fax scam; GP and pharmacist discuss pharmacist role Edmonton, Canada: After his pharmacy was robbed in January, pharmacist Valaykumar Rajgor …

A wish to ease his patients’ distress was a key factor in a doctor’s overprescribing, a Tribunal has heard In November 2017, the Medical Board of Australia referred Dr Christopher …

Funding cuts claim 95-year-old pharmacy; Northern Irish pharmacists at “breaking point;” sanctions after flu jab/insulin mixup Bolton, England: A pharmacy has been open at a site in Bennetts Lane, Bolton …