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The Board has warned pharmacists to be aware of their social media obligations, after receiving concerns expressed about the conduct of some health practitioners In the Pharmacy Board’s latest newsletter, …

Pharmacists around the world got together—virtually or otherwise—to celebrate their special day on Friday Australian and New Zealand pharmacists were as always among the first to celebrate World Pharmacists Day …

Woman accuses CVS manager of racism after shoplifting incident; Ontario pharmacy COVID testing plan slammed; Scottish docs thank pharmacists Washington DC: A woman has publicly slammed a CVS store manager …

A doctor was immediately suspended after authorities found Facebook posts promoting vitamin C to prevent and treat COVID-19, anti-vaccination material and calls for a halt to Muslim immigration The doctor …

It’s been all about masks over the past few weeks, although some big news and a few choice memes have been shared as well… Getting dressed up for the train …

A medical practitioner has been reprimanded and suspended after he sent harassing and insulting messages to a woman he had pursued as a romantic partner A medical practitioner, Dr L, …

A tribunal has upheld the suspension of a Melbourne health practitioner for posting controversial views on social media A GP with more than 15 years of practice under his belt …

Stakeholders have called on the general public to get their information about COVID-19 from reputable sources, as the TGA warns on inappropriate advertising The TGA says that it has identified …

What were our most popular posts this year?   FACEBOOK 16 January, 2019 ‘Why is my prescription taking so long?!’ 9 March, 2019 ‘Seriously amazing stuff from the NAPSA crew …

AHPRA and the National Boards have released a new guide to help registered health practitioners understand and meet their obligations on social media The guide reminds practitioners that when interacting …

What happened in the world of pharmacy on Twitter this week? As well as business as usual, the role of pharmacists was being discussed… You verify a prescription for 90 …

Did a pharmacist’s Facebook post about their views on termination of pregnancy constitute unsatisfactory conduct? The Board writes that a notifier alleged that personal views about abortion, published on a …