Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacy Practice
Journal of Medical Humanities and Bioethics. 1988 Spring/Summer; 9(1): 44-49.
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 were evaluated and compared. In most instances, responses indicated a high priority for patient/client welfare. Pharmacists and students reportedly act with regard to the dignity of life, individual freedom, and an inner sense of right.
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Lowenthal, Werner (1988-03)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 ...