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|Title||Palliative Care and Analgesia at Prophetic Clinics, "Thematic Study"|
|Title in Arabic||الرعاية التلطيفية وتسكين الألم في العيادات النبوية "دراسة موضوعية"|
The research defines palliative care, analgesia and prophetic clinics as an introduction preceding the First Section, which highlights the connection between palliative care and Islam teachings and visiting the ill. The Second Section details the palliative care methods drawn from the prophet's clinic and his social visits to the ill. Such methods included giving the ill good tidings, encouraging him to be patient, putting one's hand on the pain site, talking to the patient and describing the facts to persuade them, meeting the ill's beneficial desires and not forcing them to take medication or food. The research concluded that palliative care is in line with the teachings of Islam, especially kindness, provision of help and accurate performance of work. Visiting the ill, as directed by the Prophet (peace be upon him), is a form of palliative care that sheds light on a unique prophetic approach to mitigate pain and provide such care.
|Published in||مجلة الجامعة الإسلامية للدراسات الإسلامية (عقيدة - تفسير - حديث)|
|Publisher||Islamic University of Gaza|
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