Current Issue

Editorial

Principles of Islamic Medical Ethics

Islamic Descriptions of the Human Bodily Dignity in the Dead

The Issuing of (Medical) Fataawa in the UK – Time for a Multi-disciplinary Approach

Arab-Islamic Origin of Modern Medicine

Ibn Tofayl and his 12th century medical poem “Urjuzah fi Tibb”

Keeping Communities Healthy: The Islamic Paradigm

Al-Hijama in the UK

If you drink alcohol, your children may pay the price

Spirituality: The Neglected Field of the Global Health Agenda and What It Means for Muslims

Using Social Media/ Mainstream Media to Prompt Organ Donation/ Transplantation Education – Scientist Perspective on Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

Medieval Islamic medicine – A book review

1001 Cures – A Message to the Muslim Medical Community in the UK

Humanitarian Medical Projects – A Message to the Muslim Medical Community in the UK

Health Advocacy through Our Mosques – A Message to the Muslim Medical Community in the UK

BIMA – who are we?

On the harms of alcohol consumption and prevention policies

“To Cure Sometimes, To Relieve Often, To Comfort Always” – Reflections on the Challenges in End of Life Care for Muslim Patients and Physicians in the UK