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A doctor found guilty of indecently assaulting a female patient, and who prescribed the patient quantities of S8s knowing she was drug dependent, has been struck off A 62-year-old GP …

Coroner calls delay of real-time monitoring in WA “frustrating” and pleads for urgency following the death of a young army veteran The WA Coroner has found that real-time monitoring would …

A pharmacist has had his registration cancelled after stealing nearly 1000 oxycodone tablets and using them while at work A NSW man who was employed as a pharmacy manager at …

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 …

How can pharmacists help patients who are experiencing the side effects of tramadol, or at risk of accidental overdose? Perth woman Jackie-Lee Smith, 56, died due to tramadol intoxication leading …

A US pharmacist has pleaded guilty to distributing oxycodone in exchange for sexual favours Licensed pharmacist Richard Daniel Hiller, 64, from Maryland on the United States’ east coast, pleaded guilty …

Study reveals disproportionately high rates of oxycodone prescribing in a rural area  New Australian research has revealed concerning levels of oxycodone in western Victoria, with experts calling for investigation on …

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 …

Concerns that drug companies are using codeine upschedule to market stronger painkillers reveal an urgent need for real-time recording, says Guild Pharmaceutical companies have come under fire for allegedly using …

A proprietor and his employee pharmacists have been cautioned over failure to properly control dispensing of the Schedule 8 medicine Endone According to PDL, a notification was made to AHPRA …

Mixed findings for benefits of tamper-resistant oxycodone The introduction of tamper-resistant oxycodone formulations in Australia in early 2014 has led to little change in the levels of population-level opioid use …

More Australians are using oxycodone and fentanyl than heroin, new data from wastewater analysis suggests But there has been a gradual reduction in pharmaceutical opioid use in some sites, Australia’s …