Al-mushawarah al-buldaniyah hawla tashri'st al-sihhah al-nafsiyah fi mukhtalaf al-shara'i' bima fi dhalik al-Shari'ah al-Islamiyah
Author(s)Jundi, Ahmad Raja'i
Mental Health Services
Mentally Disabled Persons
Concept of Mental Health
Neurosciences and Mental Health Therapies
Health Care for Mentally Disabled Persons
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AbstractThis two-volume publication is based on the proceedings of the symposium held by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) in Kuwait during the period 29 September-2 October 1997. The symposium was organized in cooperation with the International Islamic Fiqh Academy (IIFA) and the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO). A number of the papers read during this symposium reviewed the codes of law on mental health in different Middle Eastern countries and also on the global level. The larger part of the symposium was dedicated to elaborating on the status and the rights of people with mental health problems or mental disabilities concerning marriage, divorce, reproduction, medical treatment, criminal liability and participating in elections. The publication was appended by final recommendations.
Sulaibekhat, Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences 2001: 1028 p.
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