Pharmacists considered more ethical than doctors

professional pharmacy services winners: Pease Street Discount Drug Store staff including managing pharmacist Aylin Ektem, right with curly hair
In a broad survey of Australians, pharmacists scored higher than GPs and dentistsAccording to the Governance Institute Ethics Index released this month, about 42% of those surveyed rated pharmacists as “somewhat ethical” and 37% said they were “very ethical”.Only 5% said they believed pharmacists were somewhat or very unethical.Nurses topped the health sector in the survey with

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