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Code of Ethics – case study 1

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This case study explores how the Code of Ethics can be used to support decision making when pharmacists are provided with an ethical dilemma. This case study is part of a series of cases that explore a range of different ethical issues faced by pharmacists. Other topics include: High cost medicines, Shared health record and Social media.

CPD credits

Earn up to 0.5 group 2 CPD credits

Accreditation number: CONL1706

This activity has been accredited for 0.25 hours of Group 1 CPD suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan. Up to 0.25 hours of Group 1 activity may be converted to Group 2 (or 0.5 CPD credit) upon successful completion of relevant assessment activities.

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