Recording 14 - Global Pharmaceuticals (International Regulation (in order…
Recording 14 - Global Pharmaceuticals
Pharma source of information (no time to read journal). Pharma reps are source of information.
in order organize multiple levels, they use the idea of nexus to pull it all together. focus on everything in the world that connects to pharmaceutical as a nexus.
local moral world -
how does a physician conduct cultural competency ? no need to know all cultural settings. Explanatory model. Obtain certain factoid pertaining to each patient. ask questions. care is relational -- ethics care. masculine - role based. feminist -
moral obligation of physician - moral obligationt to caring, obligation to integrity as a physician,
virtue ethics - every moral person get to pursue their own moral paths. pursuit of good.
What is meant by care
3 things that limit our perception of what is moral
standardize ideals -- when we standardize weight, etc, comes from certain sources e.g. science.
nonmedical - government influence. marketing -- can create psychological distress.
monopolies over strategic knowledge.
Global Institutional Ecology of Pharmaceuticals (p.5-8, Ch.7)
geographical space. taking a commodity perspective to places where they have no options.
Climates of hyperindividualism (p.7-8, Ch.5)
every community wants to build good individuals. how you perform good individual changes from place to place -- pull in a few examples for exams.**
Environments of nonmedical forms of influence (p.9-13, Ch.6,7)
biggest, messiest round. marketers -- no scientific knowledge, they have no moral obligations.
Habitats for Authoritative Knowledge (p.13-14, Ch.7)
Standardizing Niches (p.14-20, Ch.7)
niche -- standardization across populations.
62 million from clinical trial
bone growth drug
website - who is getting goodies