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Profession

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Katrina Mulherin

on 25 March 2017

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Transcript of Profession

Quality
Profession
Trust
Expertise
Maintenance of Competence
What is a profession?

Professions Australia defines a profession as:
A profession is a disciplined group of individuals who adhere to ethical standards and who hold themselves out as, and are accepted by the public as possessing special knowledge and skills in a widely recognized body of learning derived from research, education and training at a high level, and who are prepared to apply this knowledge and exercise these skills in the interest of others. It is inherent in the definition of a profession that a code of ethics governs the activities of each profession. Such codes require behavior and practice beyond the personal moral obligations of an individual. They define and demand high standards of behavior in respect to the services provided to the public and in dealing with professional colleagues. Further, these codes are enforced by the profession and are acknowledged and accepted by the community.

Courage
Code of
Ethics
ETHICS—any set of morally permissible standards of conduct each member of some particular group wants every other member of the group to follow even if everyone else's following them would mean having to follow them too.
CODE ETHICS

Statement I
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall hold the health and
safety of each patient to be of primary consideration.
Statement II
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall form a professional
relationship with each patient.
Statement III
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall honor the autonomy,
values and dignity of each patient.
Statement IV
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall respect and protect
the patient’s right of confidentiality.
Statement V
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall respect the rights of
patients to receive pharmacy products and services and ensure these rights are met.
Statement VI
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall observe the law,
preserve high professional standards and uphold the dignity and honor of the
profession.
Statement VII
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall continually improve
their levels of professional knowledge and skills.
Statement VIII
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall cooperate with
colleagues and other health care professionals so that maximum benefits to patient
care can be realized.
Statement IX
A Pharmacist, Certified dispenser or Registered student shall contribute to the
health care system and to societal health needs.
Outside
Interests
Self
Regulation
Accountability
Standards
of
Practice
Code
Ethics
Rules
Morality
Dispenser
Counselor
Advisor
Decision
Maker
Relationship
Duty Above
Self-interest
''If not me, who?
And if not now, when?''

Safety
Problem Solving
Commitment to Ethical Behavior
Advanced Training and Education
Life Long Learning
Service to Others
Trust
Independence
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