Health practitioners are traditionally reluctant to make mandatory notifications for various reasons.
This month we draw your attention to a case involving a nurse who admitted to forging prescriptions on pads stolen from two medical practitioners.
My patient has run out of their medication and doesn’t have a script but needs the medication today. I don’t want them to go without - what are my obligations and what can I do?
Welcome to our first newsletter of 2021, and on behalf of the Council, Happy New Year and all the best for 2021.
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) has released a position statement for practitioners and students encouraging registered health practitioners and students (particularly
We republish our article about Continuing Professional Development which was included in our October edition of Council News.
AND WE DO CARE ABOUT YOU…
‘Where can I find this information?’
‘I didn’t know this guidance was available to me.’
‘I have never seen that advice before.’
Paul Sinclair was first registered as a pharmacist in 1981 and owned community pharmacies in south west Sydney, southern highlands and the central coast during 1981 to 2017.
A regular customer arrived to collect her repeat prescriptions which had been ordered through an app several days previously.