Pharmaceutical Ethics

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Index
ABPI code of practice 171-4
access to health care 33-6, 93–4
rationing 94-5, 186-7
active participation, pharmacotherapy 131–4, 154
actor-spectator paradox 139-41
adverse drug reactions, economics of 112, 113
advertising 83–4, 161–3
borderline products 174-5
by professionals 163
codes of practice 163, 168–74
evasion of restrictions 174 Internet 176-7
legal controls 162–8, 175–7
patient information 175-6
self-help groups 176
Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) 168, 170-1
alternative medicines 23, 107-8 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy 4, 5
amputation, voluntary 104-5
analytical philosophy 29-30
animal studies 54-5, 56, 59
animals, human, as self-interpreting 101-5
anonymization, pharmacogenomics 57, 58
antidepressants 137-8
actor-spectator paradox 140-1
analyses of depression 142, 144, 145, 147-8, 157
clinical trial design 148-9, 157
debate on value of 146-8
dependency 140-1, 147, 148
drug regulation systems 156-7 GP detection of depression 150-1
outcome study design 151-4
pharmacoeconomics 155-6
anxiety, treatment of 137-8
actor-spectator paradox 139-41
antidepressant debate 146-8
biological analysis 137, 138, 142, 145, 147
clinical trial design 148-9, 157
dependency 140-1, 147, 148
drug regulation systems 156-7
energy flow analysis 144 GP detection of anxiety 149-51
interactional analysis 137, 138, 142-4, 145, 147-8
outcome study design 151-4
patient information 154-5, 157
pharmacoeconomics 155-6
symptom analysis 144-5
Aristotle 8-9, 28
autonomy 14, 29-30, 125-6
euthanasia 38
and informed consent competence 64-5
history of 62-3
in pharmaceutical care 35, 37
medical research 72
pharmacy code of ethics 42
practice of pharmacy 30-1, 33, 34

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