Bioethical Issues in the Relationship Between Muslim Patient and Non-Muslim Physician
Biomedical Ethics: Newsletter of the European Network for Biomedical Ethics 2000; 5(3): 125-130
Attitudes; Attitudes to Death; Bioethical Issues; Communication; Competence; Death; Decision Making; Disease; Empathy; Ethics; Females; Food; Health; Health Care; Islamic Ethics; Males; Medical Ethics; Minority Groups; Moral Obligations; Muslims; Patient Care; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Religion; Values; Religious Ethics; Concept of Health; Patient Relationships; Cultural Pluralism;
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Bioethical Conflicts Between Muslim Patients and German Physicians and the Principles of Biomedical Ethics Ilkilic, Ilhan (2002)In the age of globalisation, more and more people who are members of different religions and cultures live in the same society. This situation tends to create many conflicts in different areas of life and not least in the ...