Ethical decision-making, passivity and pharmacy

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Cooper, R.J.; Bissell, P.; Wingfield, J.;
  • Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group

Background: Increasing interest in empirical ethics has enhanced understanding of healthcare professionals' ethical problems and attendant decision-making. A four-stage decision-making model involving ethical attention, reasoning, intention and action offers further ins... View more
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