PDA attend PLEA meeting to discuss ethical dilemmas for pharmacists

On 14 May 2018, Mark Koziol, Chair of the PDA attended the PLEA Annual General Meeting to give a presentation on ethical dilemmas for pharmacists. The presentation had a particular focus on those in GP practice-based pharmacy.

Tue 22nd May 2018 The PDA

PLEA is an independent, non-profit association for pharmacy professionals who are involved in law and ethics and for lawyers or ethicists who are involved in pharmacy.

PLEA welcome pharmacists, former pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and lawyers whose work or interests comprise the application of law, ethics and professionalism to pharmacy practice in all its forms, as well as academics, trainers and students in pharmacy education in the UK and further afield.

The PDA’s unique position as a membership organisation made up of over 27,000 individual pharmacists, means we have unmatched experience of the challenges faced by pharmacists at work. We work to share that knowledge to ensure pharmacists learn from the experiences of others and we can reduce risk to pharmacists and their patients.

The PDA are very pleased to work with PLEA and encourage anyone interested in ethics and the law in pharmacy to look into their work.

For more information, visit the PLEA website at: www.plea.org.uk.

The Pharmacists' Defence Association is a company limited by guarantee. Registered in England; Company No 4746656.

The Pharmacists' Defence Association is an appointed representative in respect of insurance mediation activities only of
The Pharmacy Insurance Agency Limited which is registered in England and Wales under company number 2591975
and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Register No 307063)

The PDA Union is recognised by the Certification Officer as an independent trade union.

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