Bill Stilling, M.S., J.D.: No financial relationships to disclose
Sarah Lynch, PharmD, BCACP: No financial relationships to disclose
With the Supreme Court’s latest decision in Dobbs V Jackson Women’s Health Organization, pharmacists are now facing uncertainty in how their clinical decision on prescribing and/or dispensing certain medications will affect their practice and license. This essential session will discuss legal and ethical implications for pharmacists considering the Dobbs decision. Pharmacy experts currently offering contraceptive services will also discuss how the decision has impacted practice on the front lines.
Explain the basis for the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson and its implications at the state and federal level.
Locate and identify state laws that govern abortion access in jurisdiction(s) where attendee practices.
Recognize medication-related ethical implications resulting from the Dobbs decision.
Discuss the pharmacist's responsibilities and opportunities related to reproductive health as a result of Dobbs v. Jackson.