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Pharmacists could lose conscience opt outs

by Simon Caldwell

Posted: 17 Mar 2017 @ 12:04

CHRISTIAN pharmacists could find them­selves isolated in the workplace under new proposals that could remove the right to con­scien­tious objection within the profession, the Church of England has said.

The General Pharmaceutical Council pub­lished a consultation paper in December, Consultation on Religion, Personal Values and Beliefs, which proposed that pharmacists “do not impose” their personal values and beliefs on people, and “take re­­spon­sib­ility for en­­suring that ...

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