The perceived role of Islam in immigrant Muslim medical practice within the USA: an exploratory qualitative study

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Title

The perceived role of Islam in immigrant Muslim medical practice within the USA: an exploratory qualitative study

Author

Padela, Aasim I.
Shanawani, H.
Greenlaw, J.
Hamid, H.
Aktas, M.
Chin, N.

Publisher

2008/05/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20080500

Primary Classification

21.6

Secondary Classification

21.6;7.1;1.2;2.1;21.7

Primary keywords

bioethical issues--[pri];decision making--[pri];immigrants--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];medical ethics--[pri];Muslims--[pri];physicians--[pri];religion--[pri];sociology of medicine--[pri];values--[pri]

Secondary keywords

attitudes;bioethics;cultural pluralism;interfaith relations;interprofessional relations;interviews;medical education;medical specialties;physician patient relationship;qualitative research;spirituality;virtues

Subject

United States--[pri]

Subject

professional practice--[pri]

Journal Article

Journal of Medical Ethics 2008 May; 34(5): 365-369

Note

35

Call Number

journal

Bibliography

19 refs.

Collection

Citation

“The perceived role of Islam in immigrant Muslim medical practice within the USA: an exploratory qualitative study,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed July 16, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34413.