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Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacotherapy - A Home Study Program for Pharmacists

Price: $30.00

Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacotherapy – Communication and Conflict Resolution Skills for the Pharmacy Learner Continuum


Originally broadcast live at the Skaggs Auditorium

Wednesday January 11th 


Presented by Dr. Jim Ruble


2.0 CEU's of Law available


Program Description: 


Transition of the profession into provider status is expected to involve pharmacists in more frequent and more complex ethical dilemmas.  These dilemmas and resulting conflict may obstruct clinical care objectives.  Stakeholders in these dilemmas include patients, caregivers, health care interprofessionals, employers, reimbursement, and societal institutions.  During this session, pharmacy educators will be provided with skills and communication practices in conflict management and resolution, with particular focus on ethical dilemmas in patient care.


Learning Objectives:

1.  Describe sources of conflict and the continuum involving disputes, conflicts and the conflict spiral.

2.  Compare three (3) styles for managing conflict.

3.  Evaluate three (3) examples of conflict involving ethical dilemmas.

4.  Develop a plan for responding to ethical conflict in a pharmacy practice setting.


UAN: 0068-0000-17-003-H03-P

 This is a Home Study CPE activity for pharmacists & pharmacy technicians. Successful completion of the webinar involves passing the final exam with a grade of 75% or higher. Successful completion of this exam will result in 2.0 contact hours (0.2 CEU). 


Program Funding: no grant has been received for this program. 

The University of Utah College of Pharmacy Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. 

Please provide your payment information below. Confirmation of payment will be sent to the email address provided. 


If you choose to attend via the internet in the form of a WEBINAR, it will be conducted in the form of a "meeting" through Cisco WebEx. Once you have registered for the event, you will receive further instructions on how to join the meeting a couple of days in advance of the live program. 


Item: Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacotherapy --Pharmacist

Price: $ 30.00