To the President of International Non-Profit
Ethics Organization
Dengova Svetlana Nikolaevna

  

APPLICATION

I am desirous of becoming a Member of Department of professional ethics in culture International Non-Profit Ethics Organization.

  1. Full name
  2. Postal address
  3. Phone
  4. E-Mail
  5. I have read and accept Regulations on INPEO membership fees
  6. I have read and accept Charter of INPEO

Annex to application No. 1.

  

QUESTIONNAIRE

  1. A pharmaceutical worker provides pharmaceutical assistance to any person regardless of nationality, political and religious beliefs, property status, gender, age, social status.
    AgreeDisagree
  2. In the interests of preserving the health and safety of the population, a pharmaceutical worker guarantees adequate control over the quality, storage, safety and effectiveness of drugs.
    AgreeDisagree
  3. A pharmaceutical worker constantly improves his special knowledge, skills, increases erudition and remembers that "a medicine in the hands of a knowledgeable person is like immortality and life, and in the hands of an ignoramus like a fire and a sword."
    AgreeDisagree
  4. A pharmaceutical worker eliminates errors in the preparation, control and dispensing of medicines.
    AgreeDisagree
  5. A pharmaceutical worker promotes the latest pharmaceutical science into practice.
    AgreeDisagree
  6. A pharmaceutical worker does not have the right to use his knowledge and skills in the illicit production and dispensing of medicines, especially those that can lead to damage to a person’s health, physical or mental integrity.
    AgreeDisagree
  7. A pharmaceutical worker does not have the right to dispense drugs that are not approved for medical use and of which he doubts the quality.
    AgreeDisagree
  8. A pharmaceutical worker is not entitled, for reasons of his own benefit, to influence the freedom and independence of a professional decision, which should be made solely in the interests of the patient.
    AgreeDisagree
  9. A pharmaceutical worker maintains the prestige of his work and the priority of his knowledge.
    AgreeDisagree
  10. Entering into cooperation with pharmaceutical manufacturers and intermediaries, a pharmaceutical worker is impartial, independent and free from economic influence from non-pharmacists.
    AgreeDisagree
  11. A pharmaceutical worker is not entitled to impose his political, religious and philosophical views on patients.
    AgreeDisagree
  12. The pharmaceutical worker is friendly, respecting each patient, not showing preference or hostility to anyone.
    AgreeDisagree
  13. When communicating with the patient, irritability, resentment, haste, impatience, arrogance, indifference are unacceptable. A pharmaceutical worker, remember that he is sick, and make a "discount" on his possible irritability and rudeness.
    AgreeDisagree
  14. Pharmaceutical worker monitor his speech, gestures and facial expressions. Speak clearly, concretely, quite loudly.
    AgreeDisagree
  15. The pharmaceutical worker keeps secret all medical and personal information entrusted to him by the patient.
    AgreeDisagree
  16. A pharmaceutical worker does not allow tactless remarks against a doctor.
    AgreeDisagree
  17. A pharmaceutical worker does not replace the doctor in the choice of medicines, does not offer the patient medications at his discretion, as he does not know individual characteristics of the patient’s body and the course of the disease.
    AgreeDisagree
  18. Criticism of a colleague should always be reasoned and non-derogatory. Professional actions are subject to criticism, but not the identity of colleagues. Criticism of colleagues in the presence of patients is unacceptable.
    AgreeDisagree
  19. Additional information