Teaching and Learning Strategies in Pharmacy Ethics

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1997-12-01
  • Publisher: CRC Pr I Llc

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When you read Teaching and Learning Strategies in Pharmacy Ethics, you won?t be surprised that 300 copies of the original version quickly disappeared, and ethics instructors from all over the country soon clamored for a second dose. Broad in scope but filled with specific examples, its nuts-and-bolts approach to pharmacy ethics instruction takes the form of a written prescription from several qualified professionals, giving you a variety of ways in which you can develop your own teaching methods and build on tested course designs. Accomodating enough to serve the interests of pharmacy educators as well as professionals in many other health science fields, Teaching and Learning Strategies in Pharmacy Ethics contains practical guidelines and examples that will aid you--the novice or expert--in finding the ideal layout for your pharmacy curriculum. Specifically, you?ll read about: contemporary legal cases on ethics instruction student ethical decision making issues raised by advances in biotechnology role playing and its usefulness in teaching teaching faculty about ethics the special challenges of teaching ethics to practicing pharmacists adding a writing emphasis to your teaching The creative, fun, and engaging methods in this helpful manual provide fertile ground upon which you can develop a wider, more personal repertoire of pharmacy ethics instruction. So if the expiration date on your syllabus is five years old and it feels like your class or seminar is a medicine cabinet crammed with old bottles and pills, clean it out and start over with Teaching and Learning Strategies in Pharmacy Ethics. It?ll be just what the doctor ordered.

Table of Contents

Forewords xi
Amy Marie Haddad
Legal Cases That Raise Ethical Issues
Jesse C. Vivian
David B. Brushwood
Teaching Pharmacy Ethics: The Case Study Approach
Bruce D. Weinstein
Ethical Issues Arising in Biotechnology
Evelyn S. Becker
Role Playing and Ethics Instruction
Amy Marie Haddad
History and Human Values in Ethics Instruction
Robert A. Buerki
Alternative Methods for the Teaching of Ethics
Michael E. Daly
Experiential Approach to Teaching Ethics
Vincent J. Giannetti
Educating Practitioners for Ethical Decision-Making: Current Problems and Future Concerns
Michael C. Shannon
Case Analysis in Ethics Instruction
Robert M. Veatch
The Use of Student-Made Vignetts in Teaching Pharmacy Ethics
James D. Richardson
Robert L. McCarthy
Teaching Ethics as a Writing-Intensive, Ability-Based Course
Evelyn S. Becker
Index 149

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