Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacy
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1988 Mar; 14(1): 31-34.
Results of surveys in which pharmacy students and pharmacists responded to ethical dilemmas are discussed. Respondents indicated a high level of concern about patient welfare and patient rights in dilemmas involving conflicts with socio-economic issues, and with peers and physicians. Conflicts that might arise as the roles of pharmacists change and the health-care systems evolve are also discussed.
Attitudes; Contraception; Deception; Drug Industry; Drugs; Education; Ethics; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Health Personnel; Industry; Interprofessional Relations; Malpractice; Minors; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Pharmacists; Physicians; Placebos; Professional Ethics; Psychoactive Drugs; Rights; Students; Survey; Surveys;
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Lowenthal, Werner (1988)The purpose of this study was to document the responses of pharmacy students and pharmacists to various ethical dilemmas. The responses of the first professional year students, third professional year students and pharmacists ...