Pharmacists constantly face ethical choices sometimes dramatic matters of life and death decisions but more often subtle less conspicuous choices that are nonetheless important case studies in pharmacy ethics identifies and discusses the broad range of ethics issues pharmacists confront in . Every pharmacist constantly makes ethical choices sometimes these choices are dramatic life and death decisions but often they are more subtle less conspicuous choices that are nonetheless important. The essence of professional practice is helping patients make difficult judgments in complex and uncertain situations all health care professionals participate. The third edition of case studies in pharmacy ethics presents a comprehensive series of cases faced by pharmacists that raise ethical issues with chapters arranged in a manner that simultaneously presents the topics that would be covered in a course on ethical theory. Robert veatch has been at the kennedy institute of ethics at georgetown since 1979 serving as director before returning to the faculty he is the author or editor of over 60 books including a series of case study books covering the various health professions
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