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NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal


A community pharmacist shared concerns to regulators about the high number of oxycodone scripts from a dentist, leading them to uncover prescribing practices that “horrified” an expert witness A dentist …

Three pharmacists to front tribunal over dispensing practices The Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) is prosecuting complaints against three pharmacists over their dispensing practices, the AJP heard at the NSW …

A health practitioner has been disqualified after injecting himself with morphine from his Doctor’s bag and using the same needle to inject his partner A Sydney doctor has been found …

Sydney doctor struck off for seven years after ‘quack’ medical treatment led to a patient’s death A doctor has been struck off the medical register for at least seven years …

A medical practitioner has been found guilty of professional misconduct after prescribing compounded phentermine, diethylpropion and hCG to assist patients with weight loss A Sydney doctor faces potential suspension or …

A leading doctor who was jailed for drugging and assaulting a junior colleague has had his registration cancelled The doctor, 67, who was a professor and a director of his …

A locum pharmacist has been found guilty of professional misconduct for misappropriating morphine and codeine, and making false records to conceal the thefts A pharmacist working at a NSW hospital …

A doctor who improperly wrote scripts in the names of his staff, to provide stock to a pharmacist running a “hydration clinic” in his building, has been cautioned A medical …

A practitioner has been found guilty of professional misconduct for prescribing S8 drug ketamine to treat depression – though it is not approved for use in this context The Health …

A NSW pharmacist has been found guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct related to 10 complaints about his dispensing of addictive drugs The pharmacist was first investigated by the Pharmaceutical Services …

A NSW pharmacist dispensed up to 52,000 OxyContin 80mg tablets to a single patient in one year, and nearly 150,000 over four years The pharmacy owner, who cannot be named …

A former pharmacist who was struck off for supplying counterfeit Viagra has attempted to have the decision altered, blaming his legal reps for an error Mr Mina Attia, the former …