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Ethics of Pharmacy........

The work of a pharmacy professional can take many forms and pharmacists may work with varying levels of responsibility and in   different settings, including clinical practice, education, research and industry. These principles apply to all pharmacists,  irrespective of whether they treat care for or interact directly with patients and the public. A pharmacist is professionally  accountable for their practice, which means being responsible for what they do or do not do, no matter what advice or direction  a manager or another professional gives them. A pharmacist may be faced with conflicting professional or legal responsibilities;  therefore they must use their professional judgment when deciding on a course of action and should use their professional and  ethical principles as a basis for making those decisions.




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