Emergency Contraception, Institutional Conscience, and Pharmacy Practice
“Emergency contraception” case law from the state of Washington is reviewed and analyzed. Important legal, social policy, and professional ethical questions are considered with focus on professional and institutional conscientious objection to participating in this therapy.
Card, Robert F. and Williams, Karl (2013). "Emergency Contraception, Institutional Conscience, and Pharmacy Practice." Journal of Pharmacy Practice 27.2, 174-177.
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