|Title:||[Medical practice with regard to physicians' mistakes and disease complications]|
|Abstract:||This study gives a historical background on regulations implemented by Islamic scholars to codify medical practice, and highlights the advance of science and technology in the modern era and the need for physicians [along with science and technology] to adhere to religious values. It discusses physicians' responsibilities, the issue of malpractice, and the difference between malpractice and complications. Recommendations are proposed to implement medical ethics in the curriculum of medical colleges around the Islamic world and to promote the role of medical religious committees in Islamic world as is being done in Saudi Arabia|
|Keywords:||Codes of Ethics|
Education, Medical, Undergraduate
|Appears in Collections:||EMRO Journal Articles (EMHJ)|
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