5 edition of Ethical responsibility in pharmacy practice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert A. Buerki, Louis D. Vottero.|
|Contributions||Vottero, Louis D.|
|LC Classifications||RS100.5 .B84 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||95100115|
A comprehensive study guide which summarises the basic principles in pharmacy practice. Lecture Notes in Pharmacy Practice comprises 70 concise chapters covering clinical pharmacy in both community and hospital settings, as well as the practice of pharmacy in other areas. This text is an essential resource for pharmacy students studying for exams. To maintain the license to practice law, 41 U.S. states require completion of a prescribed number of hours of continuing legal education (CLE), and 36 of these states mandate the inclusion of professional responsibility (also called “legal ethics”), including in some states “elimination of bias” 12 Providers of mandatory CLE, which can.
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Praise for Ethical Responsibility in Pharmacy Practice: “The extensive use of current pharmacy practice examples throughout Ethical Responsibility in Pharmacy Practice results in a highly accessible presentation of ethical theory which is immediately applicable by both beginning and advanced students.
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CHAPTER 1 PROFESSIONAL VALUES IN PHARMACY PRACTICE The traditional function of pharmacy practice—compounding and dispensing medications directly to the public in a safe and reliable manner—predates the emergence of the pharmacy profession itself. On the cover: The "triad of medical care" has been the basis for the ethical relationship between the pharmacist, the physician, and the patient for centuries.
In the background, an early depiction of the triad from Book 7 of the encyclopedia On the Properties of Things by Bartholomew the Englishman, published in Westminster about Yet none of these addresses pharmacy ethics and, as Cribb and Barber note, before recent doctoral research and related publications, there had been very little literature produced on the subject of ethical values in pharmacy practice at all Wingfield, Bissell and Anderson recently carried out an extensive literature search of.
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All veterinarians are expected to adhere to a progressive code of ethical conduct known as the Principles of Veterinary Medical Ethics. Purchase The Law and Ethics of the Pharmaceutical Industry - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNMedicine has its own set of core ethical commitments: * The responsibility to do no harm including the avoidance of foreseeable, unnecessary harm (nonmaleficence) and to act in the best interest of the patient (beneficence).
Indeed, it is unimaginable that a clinical practice of pharmacy could exist under the strictures of the Code of Ethics. The current code, adopted by the APhA in .Home - FIP - International Pharmaceutical Federation Home.Taylor & Francis Inc.
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