Ethical hot spots

Conlan, Michael F.
April 1994
Drug Topics;4/25/94, Vol. 138 Issue 8, p46
Trade Publication
Presents nine case studies on ethical aspects of pharmaceutical practice based on the response of pharmacists in a survey conducted by `Drug Topics' magazine. Analysis by pharmacy ethics instructor Bruce D. Weinstein; Counseling on sexually-transmitted diseases; Performance-enhancing drugs; Professional responsibility; Pharmacy practices; Switching customers; Pain management; Patient counseling.


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