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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 …

A GP has been reprimanded and suspended for creating false documents, using the names of staff members to obtain stock, and prescribing while unregistered A Sydney GP, who obtained his …

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 former pharmacist has been disqualified from re-registering for 18 months after crafting his own methadone dispenser The Dubbo man had been the Pharmacist in Charge at a pharmacy in …

The Perth pharmacist, who covered up his theft by deleting scripts and adjusting stock levels, has been disqualified and forced to pay thousands Fremantle pharmacist Junliang Gary Goh was working …

A pharmacy owner has launched a case alleging a licensing authority discriminated against him based on race “on a number of occasions” Pharmacist Essam Bekhit has initiated proceedings against the …

A healthcare practitioner has been reprimanded for accessing the electronic health records of six patients at a NSW hospital A registered nurse, who was engaged in a longstanding legal dispute …

A doctor who was convicted of Medicare fraud, and struck off for using cocaine and meth – and illegally prescribing S8 drugs – has had his bid for reinstatement rejected A NSW …

Pharmacists that detected unusual actions by an aged care nurse led to her being found guilty of criminal offences related to trafficking drugs of dependence A nurse with medication endorsement …