Communicating with Muslim parents: 'the four principles' are not as culturally neutral as suggested

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Title

Communicating with Muslim parents: 'the four principles' are not as culturally neutral as suggested

Author

Westra, Anna E.
Willems, Dick L.
Smit, Bert J.

Publisher

2009/11/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20091100

Primary Classification

8.1

Secondary Classification

8.1;21.7;1.2;2.1;20.5.2

Primary keywords

allowing to die--[pri];autonomy--[pri];beneficence--[pri];communication--[pri];cultural pluralism--[pri];decision making--[pri];infants--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Muslims--[pri];newborns--[pri];parents--[pri];physician patient relationship--[pri];principle-based ethics--[pri];religion--[pri];secularism--[pri]

Secondary keywords

clinical ethics;communication barriers;cross-cultural comparison;futility;minority groups;parental consent;paternalism;pediatrics;professional family relationship;physicians;quality of life;referral and consultation;withholding treatment;value of life

Subject

Netherlands

Journal Article

European Journal of Pediatrics 2009 November; 168(11): 1383-1387

Note

36

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

citation

Subject Captions

cs

Bibliography

17 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Communicating with Muslim parents: 'the four principles' are not as culturally neutral as suggested,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 15, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34581.