Sharif Kaf al-Ghazal


AUTHOR'S ARTICLES

Association Al-Zahrawi (Albucasis) – A Father of Operative Plastic Surgery in Europe

by Sharif Kaf al-Ghazal Published on: 21st October 2021

Medicine has a great many "fathers" of the profession; Hippocrates in Ancient Greece, Sushruta in Ancient India, Hua Tuo in Ancient China, Guy de Chauliac and Ambroise Paré in France, Scotsman John Hunter. American William…

Muslim Female Physicians and Healthcare Providers in Islamic History

by Sharif Kaf al-Ghazal Published on: 26th May 2021

It is known that there is little information out there on the role of women in Islamic medical history. According to some, they have not played any significant part in the development of this field.…

Selected Gleanings from the History of Islamic Medicine

by Sharif Kaf al-Ghazal Published on: 3rd April 2007

The medical Islamic tradition is one of the richest and the most lasting components of the general history of medicine. Some of its main aspects are dealt with in a series of five articles by…

Bimaristans: Services and Their Educational Role in Islamic Medical History and Their Influence on Modern Medicine and Hospitals

by Sharif Kaf al-Ghazal Published on: 27th September 1700

The NHS is struggling to retain health care providers, a notion that could be described as Drexit, as a consequence of Brexit. One solution to retaining health care providers is to welcome diversity by exploring…

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