Al-Tabíb: adabuhu wa fiqhuhu
Siba'i, Zuhayr Ahmad
Barr, Muhammad 'Ali
Damascus, Syria: Dar al-Qalam, 2009: 400 p.
The book consists of two main parts, previously published as two separate books by the two authors. The first part, originally written and published by the first author, focuses on the ethics of a Muslim physician as should be reflected in his/her relationship with God, patients, and society. The second part, originally written and published by the second author, focuses on a number of important medical issues -- together with the reflections of contemporary Muslim legal opinion regarding them -- such as: anatomy; signs of death; organ transplantation; overpopulation and birth control; birth control methods; intersexuality; and modern reproductive methods.
Bioethical Issues; Birth Control; Contraception; Death; Determination of Death; Ethics; Family Planning; Historical Aspects; Intersexuality; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Medicine; Medical Ethics; Medicine; Methods; Organ Transplantation; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Reproductive Technologies; Sharia; Transplantation; Religious Ethics; Bioethics; Patient Relationships;
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