The Conscientious Pharmacist Identify the main ethical issue in the hypothetical Is it ethical for Thomas not to fill the pill prescription for eve Gaunilon? List 3 other issues you see in the hypothetical. A. Is it ethical for Thomas to refuse to fill the prescription yet he had earlier on agreed to fill all legal prescription? B. Is it ethical for Thomas to tell the patient (eve) his reason for not filling her prescription? C. Is it ethical for drug stores to have pharmacists sign to fill all prescriptions which are legal despite their moral ethical and or legal grounds? 3. List 4 possible solutions to the main issue from #1. Your answers will be short answer. A. From various studies it’s evident that the Kant and this is what guides moral actions by those who believe in Kantian ethics. In this case study if Kantian ethics could be applied to solve the problem eve wouldn’t still get the medication. Thomas doesn’t believe in birth pills as a command from his religion and the command on birth pills shouldn’t be broken whatsoever. Therefore out of this reason he shouldn’t dispense the drugs whether the outcome of her getting the drugs are good or not. 6. Personal answer and reflection In my opinion Thomas should dispense the drugs to eve. From 3(a) above the pill has proved to have many real benefits to the women who use them such benefits ranging from prevention of ovarian cancers and uterine cancers among other diseases. [...]
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