Facilitating organ transplants in Egypt: an analysis of doctors' discourse

Dublin Core

Title

Facilitating organ transplants in Egypt: an analysis of doctors' discourse

Author

Budiani, Debra

Publisher

2007/09/00

Publication Date

20070900

Primary Classification

19.1

Secondary Classification

19.5; 1.2; 9.3.1;19.1

Primary keywords

attitude of health personnel--[pri];commerce--[pri];halal--[pri];haram--[pri];Muslims--[pri];organ donation--[pri];organ donors--[pri];organ transplantation--[pri];physicians--[pri];remuneration--[pri];socioeconomic factors--[pri]

Secondary keywords

accountability;attitudes to death;autopsies;body parts and fluids;commodification;costs and benefits;determination of death;fatwas;health care delivery;health services accessibility;interviews;Islamic ethics;patient advocacy;physician's role;qualitative research;religion;selection for treatment;social class;transplant recipients;value of life

Subject

Egypt--[pri]

Subject

Sunnis

Journal Article

Body and Society 2007 September; 13(3): 125-149

Call Number

special issue shelf

Bibliography

35 refs. 18 fn.

Collection

Citation

“Facilitating organ transplants in Egypt: an analysis of doctors' discourse,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 15, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34800.