HCP 210 week 2 Ethical Decisions

HCP 210 week 2 Ethical Decisions - Ethical Decisions I...

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Ethical Decisions I believe that the social contracts and law are the two theories that speak about to the Mrs. Mortimer scenario. I believe every circumstance is different, that is why there are so several diverse ethical theories. With social contracts pharmacists, technicians, and patients identify definite expectations of both of them and take actions accordingly (Johnston, 2006). With law theories, it recounts about the structure of ethics and occasionally overlaps it, possibly producing misunderstanding and anxiety regarding the right thing to do in circumstances. The Benefits of Mrs. Mortimer I believe that the social contracts theory does not benefit Mrs. Mortimer because it is her responsibility for ensuring that the prescription was up to date or had another refill before the holiday. I believe that the law theory does not benefit Mrs. Mortimer either because without another refill on the prescription the law theory prohibits the pharmacist from refilling the prescription. However, Mrs. Mortimer did have the prescription but when she was trying to refill
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course HCP 210 0000000000 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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HCP 210 week 2 Ethical Decisions - Ethical Decisions I...

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