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Health Ombudsman v Agnola  QCAT 193
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES – HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS – PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS – DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS – MISCONDUCT IN PROFESSIONAL RESPECT – where the respondent is a pharmacist – where disciplinary proceedings were instituted against the respondent in relation to the respondent taking from his place of employment and then consuming Ritalin – where the respondent has fully cooperated with proceedings – where the respondent concedes that the conduct is professional misconduct – where the parties have reached a joint position as to sanction – whether the sanction proposed is appropriate
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES – HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS – DISCPLINARY PROCEEDINGS – NON-PUBLICATION ORDERS – where the respondent applied for non-publication orders requiring that the Tribunal’s reasons be de-identified – where the respondent submitted that the publication of his identity would have a more significant impact on him than other practitioners due to the nature of his current employment – where the applicant opposed the making of a non-publication order – whether the interests of justice require the making of a non-publication order
Health Ombudsman Act 2013 Qld s 103, s 104, s 107; Health Practitioner Regulation National Law 2010 Qld s 5; Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 Qld s 66.
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