Al-tibb al-Islami (5): dirasat hawla al-tibb al-nabawi
Jundi, Ahmad Raja'i
Sulaibekhat, Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences 1995: 282 p.
This publication is the fifth in the Cultural Series published by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) in Kuwait. After an introductory article about Islam and health, this publication includes five other articles which approach the phenomenon of Prophetic medicine from different perspectives: the ethics promoted by the Prophet of Islam about medical treatment and paying visits to sick people, the authenticity of medical statements attributed to the Prophet and their credibility in modern times, the statements of the Prophet about females treating males or vice versa, the possibility of benefit from the classical Prophetic medicine in light of modern medical advancements and finally the Turkish manuscripts on Prophetic medicine.
Behavior Control; Disease; Ethics; Expert Testimony; Females; Fiqh; Health; Historical Aspects; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Medicine; Males; Medicine; Medieval History; Muslim Religious Scholars; Patient Care; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Prophetic Medicine; Religion; Rights; Spirituality; Sunna; Traditional Medicine; Visitors to Patients; Religious Ethics; Concept of Health; Patient Relationships; Health Care; Philosophy of Medicine;
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