Al-dustur al-Islami li al-mihnah al-tibbiyah
Sulaibekhat, Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences 1981: 85 p.
This publication, usually known as the Declaration of Kuwait (wathíqat al-Kuwayt)is the Islamic code of medical ethics drafted and adopted in the first International conference on ?Islamic Medicine? held by the International Organization for Islamic Medicine in Kuwait during the period 12-16 January 1981. The code consists of twelve chapters: definition of the medical profession, characteristics of the physician, physician physician relationship, physician patient relationship confidentiality, the ethics of the physician during wars, the sanctity of human life, the accountability of the physician, the physician and society, the physician and modern medical research, medical education and finally the oath of the physician.
Accountability; Bioethical Issues; Biomedical Research; Codes of Ethics; Confidentiality; Education; Ethics; Historical Aspects; Human Experimentation; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Medicine; Life; Medical Education; Medical Ethics; Medicine; Modern History; Medical Research; Obligations of Society; Physician Patient Relationship; Research; Research Ethics; Value of Life; War; Religious Ethics; Bioethics; Codes of / Position Statements on Professional Ethics;
Al-Munazzamah al-'Alamiyah li al-Tibb al-Islami = International Organization of Islamic Medicine
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