P-10, r. 7 - Code of ethics of pharmacists

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31. Unless they have sound and reasonable grounds for doing so, pharmacists may not terminate the pharmaceutical services they provide to a patient.
The following in particular constitute sound and reasonable grounds:
(1)  loss of the patient’s confidence;
(2)  lack of cooperation on the part of the patient in participating in his or her treatment;
(3)  being in conflict of interest or in any situation in which the pharmacist’s professional independence might be called into question;
(4)  inducement by the patient to perform acts that the pharmacist knows to be illegal, unfair or fraudulent; and
(5)  abusive behaviour on the part of the patient, expressed by threats or aggressive acts.
O.C. 467-2008, s. 31.