The role of religion in decision-making on antenatal screening of congenital anomalies:a qualitative study amongst Muslim Turkish origin immigrants

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Title

The role of religion in decision-making on antenatal screening of congenital anomalies:a qualitative study amongst Muslim Turkish origin immigrants

Author

Gitsels-van der Wal, Janneke T.
Manniƫn, Judith
Ghaly, Mohammed M.
Verhoeven, Pieternel S.
Hutton, Eileen K.
Reinders, Hans S.

Publisher

5/30/13

Language

English

Publication Date

20130530

Primary Classification

15.2

Secondary Classification

15.2;1.2;12.3;21.7

Primary keywords

congenital defects --[pri];decision making--[pri];immigrants--[pri];Muslims--[pri];prenatal diagnosis--[pri];religion--[pri]

Secondary keywords

empirical research;fiqh;genetic testing;interviews;minority groups;pregnant women;prenatal care;selective abortion

Subject

Turkey--[pri]

Subject

Netherlands

Journal Article

Midwifery2014 March; 30(3):297-302

Call Number

citation

Bibliography

37 refs.

ISSN

02666138 (print)

Collection

Citation

“The role of religion in decision-making on antenatal screening of congenital anomalies:a qualitative study amongst Muslim Turkish origin immigrants,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed May 26, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/36064.