Compassionate care:why Islamic medical ethics has a unique capacity and responsibility to contribute to the recovery of compassionate care in today's health care

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Title

Compassionate care:why Islamic medical ethics has a unique capacity and responsibility to contribute to the recovery of compassionate care in today's health care

Author

Frisina, Warren
Post, Stephen G.
Byrne, Julie

Publisher

2011/00/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20110000

Primary Classification

4.1.1

Secondary Classification

4.1.1;2.1;1.2

Conference

End-of-Life Issues: Ethical and Religious Perspectives;New York, Hosftra University;17-18 September 2010;Islamic Medical Association of North America;Hosftra University

Journal Article

Journal of the Islamic Medical Association of North America(JIMA)2011;43(3):148-159

Call Number

citation

ISSN

08998299 (online)

Collection

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Citation

“Compassionate care:why Islamic medical ethics has a unique capacity and responsibility to contribute to the recovery of compassionate care in today's health care,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed May 28, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35928.