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After a pharmacist reported a doctor to AHPRA for inappropriate prescribing, AJP looks into the circumstances that led to her being attacked In the past few weeks we have covered the …

The pharmacist survived the violent attack of the “single-minded and determined” doctor with some help from an “extremely brave” customer Adelaide GP Brian Holder, 69, has been found guilty of …

The pharmacist had reported the doctor to health authorities for overprescribing codeine and benzodiazepines to local patients An Adelaide GP is standing trial accused of ambushing a pharmacist and attempting …

Royalties suit to go ahead in Canada; pharmacist blackmailed for dating site actions; few cannabis scripts expected in England Quebec, Canada: Quebec’s Superior Court has green-lighted a class action by …

A pharmacist’s “perceived lack of security” in his employment influenced his failure to adequately supervise a technician The South Australian pharmacist has been reprimanded and conditions imposed on his registration …

PDL has issued a reminder of pharmacists’ obligations when supplying pseudoephedrine, citing recent cases where disciplinary action was taken In one case the pharmacist understood his obligations, but was found …

You may be aware of the benefits of entering into franchise agreements for the purpose of trading under a brand name. But are you also aware of the pitfalls? By …

The High Court has dismissed the ACCC’s application for special leave to appeal in its case against Pfizer Australia over the sale of atorvastatin This month the Australian Competition and …

While the Federal Court found in the pharmacist’s favour, the amount awarded in damages falls far short of his desired $100 million WA pharmacist Emson Nyoni has been awarded $30,000 …

A drugged driver has faced a Melbourne court, pleading guilty to culpable driving causing death after he hit and killed a 27-year-old pharmacist Jo Lim, 33, was high on ice …

Things got heated this week as GPs fired a few more volleys in their turf war against pharmacists We saw the committee undertaking Queensland’s Parliamentary Inquiry into the pharmacy sector …

AFT Pharmaceuticals has engaged in false and misleading conduct in its Maxigesic advertising, the Federal Court has found The Court found that AFT, the manufacturer of the pain relief brand …