The changing nature of the practice of pharmacy has increased the amount if ethical issues pharmacists will face during their careers. Reflecting the growing trend for expanded coverage of pharmacoethics in the pharmacy curriculum and the advent of problem-based learning, Pharmacoethics: A Problem-Based Approach presents 18 problem-based learning cases that utilize ill-structured ethical dilemmas to help students develop critical decision making and communication skills. The book teaches students how to make decisions by collecting information and examining how ethical principles and moral rules apply differently to common situations, providing them with a problem based learning framework.
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