11 Jan 2019
A pharmacist has been disqualified from re-applying for registration for six months after he admitted to professional misconduct.
Mr Lex Walliss admitted that he had:
The State Administrative Tribunal of Western Australia (the Tribunal) reprimanded Mr Walliss and disqualified him from re-applying for registration for six months.
The Tribunal also ordered that, had Mr Walliss been registered at the date of its orders, the Tribunal would have cancelled his registration.
Mr Walliss was ordered to pay $2,500 towards the Board’s costs of the proceedings.
The Tribunal also determined that Mr Walliss has an impairment.
The Tribunal’s decision is published on its website.