Confidentiality vis-à-vis HIV/AIDS and other related issues:a case study in light of Islamic medical jurisprudence

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Title

Confidentiality vis-à-vis HIV/AIDS and other related issues:a case study in light of Islamic medical jurisprudence

Author

Ebrahim, Abul Fadl Mohsin

Publisher

20111200

Language

English

Publication Date

20111200

Primary Classification

9.5.6

Secondary Classification

9.5.6;1.2;8.4

Primary keywords

AIDS--[pri];confidentiality--[pri];disclosure--[pri];fiqh--[pri];HIV seropositivity--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];Muslims--[pri];spousal notification--[pri]

Secondary keywords

AIDS serodiagnosis;case studies;financial support;infants;Koran;moral obligations;obligations of society;mothers;patients;physician patient relationship;physicians;privacy;professional family relationship;punishment;social discrimination

Subject

South Africa

Subject

premarital screening

Journal Article

Asian Bioethics Review 2011 December; 3(4): 333-341

Call Number

special issue

Bibliography

16 fn.

ISSN

17939453 (electronic);17938759 (print)

Collection

Citation

“Confidentiality vis-à-vis HIV/AIDS and other related issues:a case study in light of Islamic medical jurisprudence,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 18, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34897.