Pharmacy regulation at work: tribunal decisions

The Pharmacy Board of Australia publishes summaries of tribunal decisions about pharmacists as professional learning summaries. All information in these summaries has been made publicly available by the relevant tribunal before the Board publishes its summary.

Tribunal decisions published since the start of the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (the National Scheme) in July 2010 are available below.

Pharmacist disqualified from re-applying for registration for professional misconduct

A pharmacist has been disqualified from re-applying for registration for six months after he admitted to professional misconduct. For more information please read the news item.

Pharmacist who sold testosterone reprimanded for professional misconduct

A registered pharmacist in Western Australia has been reprimanded after he admitted to engaging in professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist who claimed over $22,000 in fraudulent PBS claims is suspended by tribunal

A registered pharmacist in Victoria has been suspended for six months after it was found she had engaged in professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Tribunal suspends pharmacist’s registration, orders ethics and dispensing education

A tribunal suspended a pharmacist’s registration for two months and ordered him to undertake education in ethics and dispensing, after he was found to have engaged in professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist disqualified from reapplying for registration for professional misconduct

A registered pharmacist has been reprimanded and disqualified from reapplying for registration for behaving in a way that constitutes professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist reprimanded and disqualified from applying for registration for workplace theft

A pharmacist who stole money and goods from his employer has been reprimanded by a tribunal and disqualified from applying for registration for six months. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist reprimanded for professional misconduct

A registered pharmacist has been reprimanded, and may be required to undergo psychiatric assessment and supervised practice should he seek re-registration, after findings of professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist’s registration suspended for unlawful supply of medications

A pharmacist's registration was suspended by a tribunal for unlawfully and/or inappropriately supplying scheduled medications and for inadequate record keeping. For more information, please read the news item.

Tribunal reprimands pharmacist for unprofessional conduct

A pharmacist has been reprimanded with conditions imposed on his registration for unprofessional conduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist’s registration cancelled for professional misconduct

A registered pharmacist has had his registration cancelled and been disqualified for reapplying for three years for behaving in a way that constitutes professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Provisional pharmacist’s registration cancelled for professional misconduct

A tribunal has reprimanded a pharmacist for professional misconduct, cancelled his registration as a provisional pharmacist and disqualified him from re-applying for registration for a period of four years from the date of the Tribunal’s order. For more information, read the news item.

Pharmacist reprimanded, has conditions imposed for professional misconduct

A pharmacist has been reprimanded, ordered to pay costs and has had conditions imposed on her registration after admitting to engaging in professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist reprimanded for professional misconduct and ordered to undertake mentoring

A pharmacist has been reprimanded and ordered to undertake mentoring after admitting to professional misconduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist disqualified from reapplying for registration for three years

A pharmacist convicted of drug trafficking has been disqualified by a tribunal from applying for registration for three years. For more information, please read the news item.

Tribunal reprimands former pharmacist, finds unprofessional conduct

A tribunal has reprimanded a former pharmacist and found he engaged in unprofessional conduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Tribunal cancels pharmacist’s registration, finds professional misconduct

A tribunal has reprimanded a pharmacist and cancelled his registration and disqualified him from reapplying for registration for one year. For more information, please read the news item.

Tribunal reprimands pharmacist over professional misconduct

A tribunal has found a pharmacist behaved in a way that constituted professional misconduct, reprimanding him and imposing conditions on his registration. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist cautioned following investigation into criminal offences

A tribunal has cautioned a pharmacist following an investigation by the former Pharmacists Board of Queensland into criminal offences. For more information, please read the news item.

Tribunal reprimands practitioner for unprofessional conduct

A tribunal has reprimanded a pharmacist and found he had engaged in unprofessional conduct. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist reprimanded, registration cancelled and disqualified for professional misconduct

A tribunal has reprimanded a pharmacist, cancelled his registration as a pharmacist and disqualified him from applying for registration for 30 years. For more information, please read the news item.

Pharmacist reprimanded and disqualified for professional misconduct

A tribunal has found that a pharmacist engaged in professional misconduct, reprimanded him and disqualified him from applying for registration for two years. For more information, please read the news item.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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