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A health practitioner has been reprimanded and fired from her job after slapping an ICU patient in the face A Queensland doctor with 35 years’ experience under her belt has …

Three health professionals have been found guilty of professional misconduct in separate cases related to drugs, including use of false prescriptions Two nurses and a doctor, all from Queensland, have …

A Queensland pharmacist has been reprimanded after stealing Ritalin from his workplace, which he said he did to cope with work and life pressures A pharmacist engaged in professional misconduct …

A slew of pharmacy owners has been cautioned, including over poor S8 records, open medicines baskets, and insufficient pharmacist staff to meet dispensing workload In March 2019 there were five panel …

A pharmacy owner has been reprimanded for failing to maintain accurate S8 records – with evidence of 43 unprocessed transactions in two weeks In January 2019 the Victorian Pharmacy Authority …

A WA pharmacy owner has been convicted, fined and reprimanded for selling a prohibited drug to a man known to police A WA pharmacist and co-owner of four pharmacies in …

A state pharmacy authority has reprimanded several pharmacists and cautioned two others for breaching good pharmacy practice In October and November this year, the Victorian Pharmacy Authority conducted seven panel …

A tribunal found the doctor had facilitated a car sale between his daughter and a vulnerable patient, and provided an affidavit for a patient’s ex-partner to use in family court …

A pharmacist has been disqualified from reapplying for registration after using his position to obtain restricted drugs, and covering up the evidence through fictitious transactions A 41-year-old pharmacist has been …

Pharmacists have been reminded that the Code of Conduct applies to all online activity—including public forums and closed groups The Social media policy and Code of conduct for pharmacists both …

A NSW doctor has been reprimanded and banned from diagnosing or treating Lyme disease after a misdiagnosed patient died of lung cancer Dr Peter Mayne, 68, first saw Patient A …

He engaged in unprofessional conduct by dispensing excessive anabolic steroids without question, a tribunal has found The Pharmacy Board of Australia first brought pharmacist Hayden Swan before the Queensland Civil …