Posted November 14, 2019 08:00:00Updated November 15, 2019 09:30:30University of Adelaide health system physician Robert Johnson, pictured in his office in May, has been charged with misleading students.
Key points:Johnson was arrested in March and charged with fraud in FebruaryThe charges against Johnson relate to an alleged scheme involving the distribution of health systems informationThe ABC has learned Johnson has pleaded not guilty to the charges against himHe was charged with four counts of breach of a health and safety order and six counts of misleading the public.
Johnson, who has been a lecturer at the University of Queensland since 2012, is currently a Lecturer of Health and Safety at the university.
He is accused of falsely promising the university’s medical students a “substantial financial benefit” by falsely stating he would receive a bonus if they worked on an LPG system.
The university said Johnson has been suspended from teaching.
The charges relate to a scheme that allegedly involved Johnson distributing health systems and information to students.
Johnson has not been charged or convicted of any crime.
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