Islam and Modern Medicine, 21st Nov

//Islam and Modern Medicine, 21st Nov

Islam and Modern Medicine, 21st Nov

Date – Thursday 21st November

Time – 6:00 PM

Venue – The Octagon, St Chad’s, Grange Road

Speaker – Dr Omar Mahroo

A survey of some Islamic religious practices and their potential effects on human health, in the light of objective, published, peer-reviewed clinical and scientific research.
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purely spiritual dimension?Many non-believers view them as archaic, potentially harmful, relics of a bygone era. Is there reason to believe that these practices impact, positively or negatively, on public health? Dr. Omar Mahroo is a research affiliate at the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience at Cambridge University and an Academic Clinical Lecturer at King’s College, London. His talks are always extremely well-informed, intellectually simulating and clear – so whether you’re from a medical background or not, this discussion about how Islam has shaped and still has potential to shape medicine should be fascinating.

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