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A pharmacist proprietor has been struck off after dispensing anabolic androgenic steroids more than 4700 times to 828 patients in just over one year A pharmacist and proprietor from Western …

A Sydney GP will not receive payment of costs by Medical Council of NSW following Impaired Registrants Panel, but he will be allowed to continue prescribing S8 and S4D drugs A …

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 GP has been suspended for prescribing alprazolam, codeine, oxycodone and fentanyl without the proper authority A general practitioner from western Sydney has been reprimanded and suspended for six months …

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 …

A doctor has narrowly escaped deregistration after continuing to prescribe Endone to a patient for nearly three years, despite having his authority application rejected A Sydney GP and former practice …

Doc takes medical board to health practitioners tribunal over finding of unsatisfactory professional performance A doctor has lost an appeal after taking the Tasmanian Board of the Medical Board of …

A Sydney GP is facing a tribunal after a pharmacist reported him for being “off his face”, and for prescribing oxycodone to a family member The NSW Civil and Administrative …

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 doctor who improperly supplied cephalexin to two different girlfriends to treat their UTIs, and engaged in sexual activity during hospital shifts, has had his bid for reinstatement denied A …

Why do pharmacists and doctors divert or supply drugs for non-medical use? Australian researchers find out A small proportion of health practitioners contribute to the growing problem of pharmaceutical diversion …

A NSW GP who sent hundreds of text messages – some explicit – to a vulnerable patient, and took another out on a date, has had his registration cancelled A …