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The Second International Conference on Holly Prophet Mohammad's Tradition (sireye Nabavi) in Medicine and the Second International Student Conference

 

Scopes of the Conference:

 

1- Disease and Health

  • Physical, mental and spiritual diseases as viewed by the prophet Mohammad (PBUS)
  • Physical, mental and spiritual health as viewed by the prophet Mohammad (PBUS)
  • Healthy life style and Prophet Mohammad’s approach (Islamic lifestyle)
  • Physical-spiritual interaction in health as viewed by the prophet Mohammad (PBUS)

 

2- Relationships in Medicine

  • The relationship between the physician and patient as viewed by prophet Mohammad (PBUS)
  • The relationship between the physician and colleagues as viewed by prophet Mohammad (PBUS)
  • Mutual responsibility of physician and government as viewed by the prophet Mohammad (PBUS)

 

3- Health and Treatment

  • Medical practice as viewed by prophet Mohammad (PBUS)
  • Healthy power of adherence and supplication
  • Nursing practice in Islam
  • Nutrition in Islam
  • Team working in Islam

 

4-Charity and devotion tradition in development of healthy treatment and medical education

  • Training physicians and medical team
  • Ethics and courtesy in medicine and medical practice
  • Education in Islamic approach (teacher and student)
  • Spiritual wisdom in medicine and medical practice

 

5- Medical traditions (Hadith)

  • Analysis of medical tradition (Hadith)
  • Study of texts in medical tradition (Hadith)
  • Study of documents in medical tradition (Hadith)

 

6- Islamic civilization history in medicine

  • The role of Islamic revolution in promotion of medical sciences
  • The role of university in Islamic revolution
  • Drugs and pharmacology in medical civilization history

 

 

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