by Steve Nemmers, PhD, Society of Pharmaceutical and Biotech Trainers, August 2013
Let’s begin with a sad assumption: There are a few crooks in the pharmacy business. It is not always easy to catch them, but once they are identified it is quite easy to determine what should be done. Regulatory agencies seldom need to spend much time on the crooks; the criminal process is well equipped to take care of them. Felony convictions usually lead to the issuance of an orange jumpsuit and the revocation of a professional license is an easy follow-on.
The situation is very different when a regulatory agency must deal with inept, disorganized, or dangerous behaviors in pharmacy practice…
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