Caring for Muslim Patients

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Aziz Sheikh, Abdul Rashid Gatrad
Radcliffe Publishing, 2000 - 140 ˹
Muslim patients customarily have particular ways of approaching health and healthcare. This book addresses common misunderstandings and bridges cultural gaps. It includes a profile of the Islamic worldview, taking an "insiders perspective" and explores the concept of health and disease within this paradigm. Muslim practices and customs of direct relevance to health and healthcare are also explored and illustrated with case histories. This book offers practical advice to enable all healthcare professionals in hospitals and in the community to provide care in a culturally appropriate manner. [taken from the back cover].
 

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Muslims in Britain demographic and socioeconomic position
3
The Muslim grand narrative
17
Health and disease an Islamic framework
29
The Muslim patient
41
The family predicament and promise
43
Birth customs meaning and significance
57
Managing the fasting patient sacred ritual modern challenges
73
Hajj journey of a lifetime
89
Death and bereavement an exploration and a meditation
97
Conclusions breaking barriers building bridges
111
Appendices and Glossary
119
Islam and medicine on the World Wide Web
121
Muslim organisations
129
Glossary
133
Index
137
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