Evaluation of Ethical Sensitivity in Pharmacy Students using a Blended Learning Vignette

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Hope, Denise
King, Michelle
Hattingh, Laetitia
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Christine Bond, University of Aberdeen, UK
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2013
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Birmingham, UK
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Focal Points •To evaluate fourth year pharmacy students’ ethical sensitivity via the ability to recognise ethical issues in a clinical vignette •The majority of students (92%, n=80/87) identified at least one relevant ethical issue, with non-maleficence (doing no harm) the most often identified ethical principle (23%, n=20/87) •Blended learning clinical vignettes are a useful way through which to evaluate pharmacy students’ ability to discern that an ethical issue exists in a given situation

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International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
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21
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Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences
Clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice
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