Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians maintain the public trust by ensuring that they act in the best interest of their patients and society by practicing within scope, refraining from participating in unethical business practices and avoiding conflicts of interest.
Key ethical standards, among others, require pharmacy professionals to:
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The Code of Ethics articulates the ethical principles and standards that must guide the practice of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. As a way to draw attention to the Code of Ethics since its introduction almost five years ago, we have been featuring one ethical principle in the past few editions of Pharmacy Connection. This is the final installment.