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How do religious beliefs affect public health policies?
 

How do religious beliefs affect public health policies?

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Religion and spirituality are important and often private elements of many of our lives. Yet there is one place where those beliefs have not always been completely welcome: medicine.
 
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9 Sep 2016 - General
 
Religion has a means of directing people's lives and affecting people's decisions. I haven't had any personal experience with this, but I'm sure it poses some roadblock especially when a specific treatment or approach is set to go aga...
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Great! It is very interesting and informative topic for health professionals. As a pharmacist, I believe that our religion has a great impact on our daily lives. Religion is a key guider for our daily behavior and routine. Although each religion has ...
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I agree, local traditions and beliefs does give a great impact on taking care of one's body. Although that is a different topic. I am Catholic but I had handled patients with different religions, Islam, Jehovah Witness, etc. For female Islam pati...
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Talking about religion is indeed a very sensitive subject but one that should be discussed. We would deal with patients from different religions with different beliefs. We should either familiarize ourselves with the different beliefs and practices o...
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Taking in consideration the sensitivity when talking about religion, I must agree that Islam for example does commands its followers to seek for medical advice and to follow those who are brilliant in their fields regardless of their backgrounds. I a...
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