A pharmacist who made multiple “careless” mistakes in dispensing methadone contrary to how it was prescribed, has been censured and fined $6000, Stuff reports. The pharmacist, who was granted name suppression, appeared before the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal in Auckland on Monday, facing a charge with 12 different particulars. A methadone patient can die by overdose if an incorrect dose is administered.
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