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1

______ is a promise made by the pharmacist to the patient because the pharmacist is in the profession.

Covenant

2

T/F?
Patient care involves both technical and moral considerations

true

3

In a pharmacist to patient covenant the __________ Provides pharmaceutical care to the patient.

Pharmacist

4

In a pharmacist to patient covenant the __________ Agrees to provide requested health information and payment for services and products.

patient

5

Rushworth Kidders is an __________

renowned ethicist

6

T/F?
Laws-obedience to enforceable regulations

true

7

T/F?
Ethics- obedience to one’s conscience

false
-Morals

8

T/F?
Morals-obedience to the unenforceable (in most cases)

false
-Ethics

9

Who adjudicates ethics of pharmacist?

The board of pharmacy

10

____________ often used interchangeably

Ethics and Morals

11

What are core values?

that which is worthy of esteem for its own sake; that which has intrinsic worth

12

Doing the "right" thing because it is the "right" thing is an example of what?

Core values

13

When you make a decision about right vs. wrong is an example of what?

moral temptation

14

What are 3 ways of being wrong?

-violation of the law
-departure from the truth
-deviation from moral integrity

15

Moral temptation is based on what?

one’s personal core values

16

What are the 3 test that test for right vs. wrong?

-the stench test
-the front-page test
-the mom-test

17

Name the associated test:
guilt (generality)

The stench test

18

____________ is the Internal code of morality at psychological level.

The stench test

19

Name the associated test: shame (visibility)

The Front-Page Test

20

Name the associated test:disappointment (legacy)

The Mom-Test

21

When people judge you against social morals when a private decision becomes public

The Front-Page Test

22

When you don't want your actions to be known by someone that you respect is an example of what?

The Mom-Test

23

T/F?
The Mom Test is when you put yourself in another’s shoes (one whom you deeply respect) and think about what you are about to do.

true

24

Right vs. Right is a considered in what type of dilemma?

Ethical

25

What are the 4 Paradigms for Ethical Dilemmas.

-Truth vs. Loyalty
-Individual vs. Community
-Short-term vs. Long-term
-Justice vs. Mercy

26

It is right to stand on truth AND it is right to be loyal. (DESCRIBES WHAT)

Truth vs. Loyalty

27

T/F?
Loyalty is conformity with facts or reality

false
-Truth

28

_________ involves allegiance to a person, a government, or a set of ideals to which one owes fidelity

Loyalty

29

Individualism or Community:
assumes that in a society where each person vigorously pursues his own interests, the social good would automatically emerge

Individualism

30

Individualism or Community: assumes the needs of the majority outweigh the interests of the individual

Community