Our pharmacist is a big advocate for homoeopathy. He regularly makes claims on Twitter and also in the Telegram group defending the efficacy of homoeopathy. In one post he wrote the following;
“Asthma could potentially be cured by this homoeopathic product. The calming effect should not be underestimated.”
Do you think this counts as the pharmacist making a false claim about a product?
- Yes 78%
- No 22%
Is this use of social media appropriate for a registered pharmacist?
- Yes 15%
- No 85%
Would you report this pharmacist to the GPhC?
- Yes 33%
- No 67%