Muslim Medical Ethics From Theory to Practice
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Description: An exploration of balancing Islamic heritage with contemporary medical and health concerns, this book draws on the work of historians, health-care professionals, and theologians to produce an interdisciplinary view of medical ethics in Muslim societies and of the impact of caring for Muslim patients in non-Muslim societies.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Series Editor's Preface|
|Introduction: Medical Ethics and Muslim Perspectives|
|Before the Biomedical Paradigm|
|The Ethics of the Physician in the Galeno-Islamic Tradition|
|Enduring the Plague: Ethical Behavior in the Fatwas of a Fourteenth-Century Mufti and Theologian|
|Normative Muslim Medical Discourses|
|Decision-Making Processes among Contemporary 'Ulama': Islamic Embryology and the Discussion of Frozen Embryos|
|Rethinking Islamic Legal Ethics in Egypt's Organ Transplant Debate|
|Norms and Their (Non-)Application|
|Competing Needs and Pragmatic Decision-Making: Islam and Permanent Contraception in Northern Tanzania|
|Male Infertility in Mali: Kinship and Impacts on Biomedical Practice in Bamako|
|Islam, Organ Transplants, and Organ Trafficking in the Muslim World: Paving a Path for Solutions|
|Ethical and Legal Implications in Assisted Reproductive Technology: Perspective Analysis of the Gulf Cooperative Council States|
|Muslims in Clinical Settings in North America and Europe|
|The Permissibility of Organ Donation, End-of-Life Care, and Autopsy in Shiite Islam: A Case Study|
|A Comparative Analysis of Islamic and Jewish End-of-Life Ethics: A Case-Based Approach|
|Medication and God at Interplay: End-of-Life Decision-Making in Practicing Male Moroccan Migrants Living in Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium|
|Teaching Muslim Medical Ethics|
|Reporting on "Islamic Bioethics" in the Medical Literature: Where Are the Experts?|
|Islamic Medical Ethics: What and How to Teach|
|Defining the Pedagogical Parameters of Islamic Bioethics|