The long European history of cohexistence with Islamic peoples today knows, in Italy, a renewed chance for a peaceful chapter. Islamic immigrated people in Italy need cares in the field of Health, defined “fundamental right” by Italian Constitution (art. 32). The present research, conducted by the Doctorate in “Environment, Medicine and Health” since year 2007 to year 2011, is based on the following hypotheses. - Western and Islamic Cultures have common roots, based on Greek Thought and Abrahamitic religious faith. Greek roots consented them to implement, in Mediterranean area and since Middle Ages, a medical knowledge based on the care and the respect for the patient, as well as on a rational analysis of disease. - Religious roots, on the other hand, can affect the realationship between Western physician and Islamic patient, who has to respect the conception of human body revealed in Koranic Writings. It is assumed that it is possible to retrieve and implement, within the relationship between Western family physician and Islamic patient, the dialogical dimension of the relationship of care on the basis of a targeted educational program, aimed at training family practitioners.
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|Titolo:||Clinical and Cultural Training for the Family Practitioner in Relation to the Care Needs of Islamic Patients. An Inquiry among Italian Family Practitioners.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|