EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING A WORKING PROGRAM AND APPROBATION OF THE DISCIPLINE "BASIS OF PHARMACEUTICAL ETHICS AND DEONTOLOGY"

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The article discusses the experience of creating the work programs for the disciplines "Bioethics with the basics of deontology" and "Basics of pharmaceutical ethics and deontology" at the Department of organization, economics and history of pharmacy. The relevance of addressing this topic is that in the educational process of training a pharmacist there are no disciplines that give a first-year student an idea of what he will do in his future professional life, what tasks await him, what bioethical problems he will solve in his professional life. When developing of approaches to the creation of educational and methodological complexes, the main tasks of the discipline were formulated: consideration of the main stages of the formation and development of pharmaceutical ethics as an independent discipline; analysis of the main directions of pharmaceutical ethics with the studying of practical issues of the main problematics; developing ideas about the meaning of the activities of a pharmaceutical specialist in the modern pharmaceutical market within the framework of the ethical components of the profession. Approaches are described to the development of modules of the work program, of the choice of topics for classes and of the filling of the block "Students' independent work". A list of students' practical skills is offered: annotation and abstracting, compilation of grouping tables; application of methods of analysis in the study of ethical and deontological problems; conducting discussions

and polemics; solving of situational problems in professional pharmaceutical activity from the standpoint of pharmaceutical ethics and deontology. It is concluded that it is possible to use the experience of the Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy in the development of work programs for the discipline "Basics of Pharmaceutical Ethics and Deontology" by other universities.

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P. S. Guryanov

Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy of the Ministry of Health of Russia

Author for correspondence.
Email: laboratory.iot@gmail.com

Candidate of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Organization, Economics and History and Pharmacy, Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy of the Ministry of Health of Russia

Russian Federation

M. N. Guryanova

Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy of the Ministry of Health of Russia

Email: gurkino@yandex.ru

Candidate of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Organization, Economics and History and Pharmacy, Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy of the Ministry of Health of Russia

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