Disclosure of terminal illness to patients and families: diversity of governing codes in 14 Islamic countries

Dublin Core

Title

Disclosure of terminal illness to patients and families: diversity of governing codes in 14 Islamic countries

Author

Abdulhameed, Hunida E.
Hammami, Muhammad M.
Mohamed, Elbushra A. Hameed

Publisher

3/23/11

Language

English

Publication Date

20110323

Primary Classification

8.2

Secondary Classification

8.2;1.2;6;20.4.1;21.7

Primary keywords

Arab world--[pri];autonomy--[pri];codes of ethics--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Muslim world--[pri];prognosis--[pri];terminally ill--[pri];truth disclosure--[pri]

Secondary keywords

beneficence;comparative studies;cultural pluralism;family members;government regulation;health personnel;international aspects;medical ethics;patients;physician patient relationship;professional organizations;survey;Western world

Subject

Algeria;Bahrain;Canada;Egypt;Great Britain;Iraq;Jordan;Lebanon;Malaysia;Pakistan;Qatar;Saudi Arabia;Sudan;Syria;Tunisia;United States;Yemen

Journal Article

Journal of Medical Ethics 2011 March 23: 4 p. [Online].

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

citation

Subject Captions

em

Bibliography

21 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Disclosure of terminal illness to patients and families: diversity of governing codes in 14 Islamic countries,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 15, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34777.