Never necessary if pharmacy technicians have good communication and interpersonal relationship skills.
Limiting because they impede the ability to build a positive relationship with the patient.
Necessary to ensure that patients do not take advantage of their pharmacy technicians.
Necessary to ensure that the therapeutic relationship remains therapeutic.
Serving the patient's and the technician's best interests
Serving the patient's best interests
Serving societies need to retain sufficient pharmacy technicians
Serving the technician's best interests
Acceptable if initiated by the patient.
Appropriate if they are consensual.
Inappropriate because they merge the professional relationship with another potential incompatible role or relationship.
No, because technicians who date their patients end up not getting remunerated for their services.
Yes, if there is mutual interest in dating.
Yes, if the technician has terminated the therapeutic relationship to begin a personal relationship with the patient.
No, because this is a high-risk dual relationship.
Not a good idea because technicians don't typically want to be friends with their patients.
Not a good idea given that this involves a dual relationship.
A good idea because it makes the patient feel special and important.
A good way to build rapport and trust with patients.
A situation where a technician takes advantage of a patient.
A situation where a technician dose doesn't disclose to the regulatory board that s/he is in a conflict of interest
A situation where a technician allows his or her personal or private interests to interfere with the patient's best interests.
A situation where a technician does not disclose to the patient that he or she is in a conflict of interest.
Putting our own interests ahead of those of the patients is a breach of the social contract.
Sometimes we do not use caution in choosing to enter into multiple relationships.
Most codes of ethics prohibit this kind of behavior.
We may not understand our own motives and intentions.
No, we cannot worry about appearances; people will just think whatever they want to think about us anyway.
Yes, because this is true of other healthcare professionals as well.
Yes, technicians must avoid the perception of conflict of interest as well as the relation of being in a conflict of interest scenario.
No, only the realty of an actual conflict of interest really matters.
Being a member of a professional association and promoting a certain distributor who gives the pharmacy you work for discounts on pharmaceutical products.
Promoting a friend's new product line to the pharmacy manager.
Promoting a new textbook to your teaching colleagues at the college or university where you are employed as an instructor in the pharmacy techican program.
Using your employer's time at the pharmacy to do your own personal work.
Take responsibility for the breach
All of the above
Use the Model for Ethical Decision-Making to work through the issue or dilemma
Re-establish the professional boundary as soon as possible
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