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The Department of Health has issued a warning to pharmacy owners about “third-party” services The AJP reproduces the warning in full below. The Department of Health has serious concerns that …

Good news for those paying the maximum PBS co-payment this week, plus a lot of research news With the election looming, politics were naturally on the agenda this week, with …

The Guild has reminded pharmacists of a vital part of their role, as organisations are warned on privacy Privacy Awareness Week, held around Australia from 2 to 8 May 2022, …

A NSW health professional inappropriately accessed 35 people’s medical records, some in the context of the “enormous pressure and stress of a messy family law court” The NSW Civil and …

Crusading pharmacist doxxed for countering misinformation; NZ independents face CWH, Bargain Chemist openings Mississippi, US: A pharmacist has been “doxxed” and received death threats after she gained a strong TikTok …

A health practitioner who inappropriately accessed electronic health records 154 times has been struck off after a colleague tipped off authorities An enrolled nurse has been struck off the register …

Pharmacist’s joke leads to privacy lawsuit; pharmacist keeps vaccinating despite personal losses; registration cancelled after appeal fails Phoenix, Arizona: An Arizona Supreme Court ruling has revived the lawsuit of a …

A pharmacist has been fined after he snooped in the health information of a person with whom he had been in a car accident The Office of the Information and …

A woman has reportedly been sent a package of hundreds of patient prescription records The UK’s Manchester Evening News reports that the unnamed woman, who lives near Elgin, Moray in …

Account and device passwords are the first line of defence in the fight against malicious actors and passwords should be strong, memorable and unique, says one stakeholder On International Computer …

Backlash as Amazon enters pharmacy in India; US pharmacist sentenced after tampering with and stealing narcotic infusions; Bahamas pharmacist questions curbside pharmacy service Bengalaru, India: Outraged at the entry of …

Old mobile phones and a lack of trust in government are the main reasons Tasmanian residents say they cannot or will not download the COVIDSafe app A University of Tasmania …