Ethical Problems Related to Information and Pharmaceutical Care in Spain
Medicine and Law: The World Association for Medical Law 2007 March; 26(1): 85-93
This paper represents a reflection on the limits and objectives of the information pharmacists should offer in pharmacies. The obligation of a pharmacist to follow the patient's therapeutic progress makes it necessary to integrate this figure into an ethical-legal framework and to define the objective of the health-related information offered, taking into account the patient's welfare and constitutional rights.
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Health-Related Information Provided to Patients Attending a Private Clinic for Laboratory Tests in Spain Falcón, María; Rosario, Segura María; Dolores, Pérez-Cárceles María; Eduardo, Osuna; Aurelio, Luna (2010-01)The aim of this study is to analyze the health information received by a group of outpatients undergoing treatment and attending a private primary health care centre for blood and urine tests.