الميثاق الإسلامي العالمي للأخلاقيات الطبية والصحية

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Title

الميثاق الإسلامي العالمي للأخلاقيات الطبية والصحية

Transliterated title

al-Mīthāq al-Islāmī al-ʻālamī li al-akhlāqīyāt al-ṭibbīyah wa al-ṣiḥḥiyah

Translated title

The International Islamic Code for Medical and Health Ethics

Author

الجندي، أحمد رجائي
Jundī, Aḥmad Rajāʼī

Publisher

الكويت، المنظمة الإسلامية للعلوم الطبية 2005

Publisher Translated

Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) 2005

Language

Arabic

Publication Date

20050000

Abstract

تمت صياغة الميثاق الإسلامي العالمي للأخلاقيات الطبية والصحية أثناء المؤتمر الذي عقدته المنظمة الإسلامية للعلوم الطبية في القاهرة خلال الفترة 11-14 ديسمبر من عام 2004. وقد تم تنظيم هذا المؤتمر بالتعاون مع المنظمة الإسلامية للتربية والعلوم والثقافة (الإيسيسكو) والمجمع الدولي للفقه الإسلامي التابع لمنظمة المؤتمر الإسلامي والمكتب الإقليمي لشرق المتوسط التابع لمنظمة الصحة العالمية والاتحاد العالمي للمنظمات الطبية. وقد تم تقسيم الميثاق إلى ثلاثة أجزاء رئيسية وهي السلوكيات الطبية وحقوق الطبيب وواجباته، والرؤية الإسلامية للقواعد الإرشادية الأخلاقية العالمية لأبحاث الطب الحيوي المتعلقة بالجوانب الإنسانية، وأخير استعراض للقرارات والتوصيات السابقة والتي تبنتها المنظمة الإسلامية للعلوم الطبية فيما يتعلق بالقضايا الطبية والحيوية.

Abstract Translated

The International Islamic Code for Medical and Health Ethics is the document which was drafted during the conference held by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) in Cairo during the period 11-14 December 2004. This conference was organized in cooperation with Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), the International Islamic Fiqh Academy (IIFA) affiliated with the Organization of the Islamic Conference (IOC), Regional Office for the East Mediterranean, World Health Organization (WHO) and the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS). The Code is divided into three main parts: medical behavior and the physician’s rights and duties; the Islamic vision regarding the international ethical guidelines for biomedical research on human subjects and finally a review of the previous resolutions and recommendations adopted by the IOMS with pertinence to different bioethical issues.

Notes

Available in English as The International Islamic Code for Medical and Health Ethics. An earlier and shorter version of this document was published in 1981 under the title: 'al-Dustūr al-Islāmī li al-mihnah al-ṭibbīyah' The Islamic code of the medical profession

Primary Classification

6

Secondary Classification

6;1.2;2.1

Primary keywords

bioethical issues--[pri];codes of ethics--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];medical ethics--[pri]

Secondary keywords

accountability;aged;AIDS;animal organs;artificial organs;attitudes to death;beginning of life;brain death;cloning;confidentiality;contraception;determination of death;disclosure;education;embryos;euthanasia;females;genetic counseling;genetic engineering;genetic relatedness ties;genetic testing;guidelines;health education;human experimentation;human genome;human rights;hymen reconstruction;informed consent;international aspects;life;medical education;medical etiquette;obligations of society;obligations to society;organ donation;patients rights;physician patient relationship;pregnant women;research ethics committees;research ethics;research;resource allocation;sex preselection;skin;surrogate mothers;tissue banks;transsexualism;violence;war;women;xenotransplantation

Subject

International Islamic Code for Medical and Health Ethics--[pri]

Subject

blood;milk banks

Conference

[Islamic Medical Ethics]; Cairo, Egypt; 2004 December 11-14; Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS)

Journal Article

Sulaibekhat, Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences, 2005. 549 p.

Primary Document Type

b

Call Number

6; B00337 B00338

ISBN

99906-34-91-0

Collection

Citation

“الميثاق الإسلامي العالمي للأخلاقيات الطبية والصحية,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed April 13, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/33970.