Islam, medicine, and Arab-Muslim refugee health in America after 9/11

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Title

Islam, medicine, and Arab-Muslim refugee health in America after 9/11

Author

Inhorn, Marcia C.
Serour, Gamal I.

Publisher

9/3/11

Language

English

Publication Date

20110903

Primary Classification

9.5.4

Secondary Classification

9.5.4;1.2;9.5.1;21.7

Primary keywords

Arabs--[pri];cultural competency--[pri];health care delivery--[pri];immigrants--[pri];Muslims--[pri];refugees--[pri]

Secondary keywords

attitudes;bioethical issues;clergy;communication barriers;cultural pluralism;ethnic groups;evaluation studies;fatwas;females;health priorities;health services accessibility;health status;Islamic ethics;Islamic rituals;justice;males;minority groups;physician patient relationship;psychology;qualitative research;religion;research priorities;social discrimination;socioeconomic factors;statistics

Subject

United States--[pri]

Journal Article

Lancet2011 September 3; 378(9794): 935-943

Call Number

citation

Subject Captions

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Bibliography

101 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Islam, medicine, and Arab-Muslim refugee health in America after 9/11,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 22, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34922.