Medical chaperoning at a tertiary care hospital in Saudi Arabia: prevalence and patient preference [letter]

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Title

Medical chaperoning at a tertiary care hospital in Saudi Arabia: prevalence and patient preference [letter]

Author

Al Gaai, Eman
Al Sayed, Husaam
Hammami, Muhammad M.

Publisher

2007/05/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20070500

Primary Classification

8.1

Secondary Classification

8.1;8.4;9.5.5;10

Primary keywords

attitudes--[pri];females--[pri];males--[pri];Muslims--[pri];patient care--[pri];patients--[pri];physical examination--[pri];physician patient relationship--[pri];privacy--[pri];sex factors--[pri]

Secondary keywords

Arab world;choice behavior;confidentiality;family members;hospitals;institutional policies;interviews;medical specialties;Muslim world;nurses;patient satisfaction;physicians;questionnaires

Subject

Saudi Arabia--[pri]

Subject

chaperones--[pri]

Journal Article

Annals of Saudi Medicine 2007 May-June; 27(3): 217-219 [Online]. Accessed: http://www.saudiannals.net/temp/AnnSaudiMed273217-4149019_113130.pdf [2011 May 31]

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

citation

Subject Captions

em

Bibliography

9 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Medical chaperoning at a tertiary care hospital in Saudi Arabia: prevalence and patient preference [letter],” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 17, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34206.