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ethics


A sizeable minority of pharmacists would refuse to dispense drugs used in voluntary assisted dying, an AJP poll shows Last month, the lower house of Victorian Parliament passed Labor’s controversial …

While Australian pharmacists have a right to refuse supply of medicines based on personal beliefs, representatives emphasise the importance of facilitating supply elsewhere Several commenters have responded to an AJP …

Religious guidance may put UK pharmacists at risk of punishment, says C + D author… but what about Aussie pharmacists? According to the UK publication Chemist + Druggist, in 2013 …

Ethics and evidence essential when advertising services, says PSA national president Joe Demarte The shift to offering professional services in community pharmacies has gathered momentum over the past year and …

The Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation should address concerns over the possible conflict of interest between pharmacy’s retail and health care roles, bioethicists believe. In an article entitled ‘Health …

In a broad survey of Australians, pharmacists scored higher than GPs and dentists According to the Governance Institute Ethics Index released this month, about 42% of those surveyed rated pharmacists as …

The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has commenced a review of its Professional Practice Standards and Code of Ethics for Pharmacists – two key publications which outline required standards and expectations …

Doctors say selling CAMs is a violation of medical ethics Most doctors believe it is unethical for pharmacists to sell complementary medicines without an established evidence based. A new poll …