Nine-Year-Old Given Methadone Instead Of Trimethoprim

In Nottingham a nine-year-old girl was rushed to the Emergency Unit after the pharmacist mistakenly supplied Methadone against a Trimethoprim prescription. Nine-year-old Ruby was prescribed Trimethoprim for a urine infection which her Mother presented to the pharmacist at Manor Pharmacy Meadows on Tuesday. The pharmacist supplied what was believed to be antibiotics to the mother […]

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Pharmacist Struck Off The Register

On 12 January 2017, the Fitness to Practise Committee of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) removed a pharmacist’s name from the register, due to repeated dishonesty over a long period of time (Full Report Here). The council describes fitness to practise as the pharmacist’s ability to maintain appropriate standards of proficiency ensuring the pharmacist is […]