Pharmacists could lose conscience opt outs
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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