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Tibor SZOLCSÁNYI (firstname.lastname@example.org), assistant professor
Department of Behavioural Sciences
Code of subject: OPE-ETI-T | 1 credit | Pharmacy | Elective module | spring
0 lectures + 0 practices + 12 seminars = total of 12 hours
min. 5 – max. 25 person
The aim of the course is to help students gain sensitivity to the ethical issues connected to the pharmacy practice. During the course students learn about the basic ethical principles governing the pharmacist-patient and the pharmacist-physician relationship. Students also get acquainted with the dilemmas that are raised by the conflict between business and ethics in pharmacy. The most important concerns of research ethics and some specific ethical issues, like the question of mind-enhancing drugs, are also discussed during the course.
Additional materials: Neptun MeetStreet
Robert Veatch and Amy Haddad (eds.): Case Studies in Pharmacy Ethics, 2nd edition, Oxford University Press, New York, 2008
Maximum of 25 % absence allowed
Written test taking place in the last class. To improve the grade, the test can be repeated two times in the first two weeks of the exam period. Oral exam is also an option for that purpose.
According to the Code of Studies and Examinations