Tag: Fstc-books

JBIMA’s 1001 Cures Book Review

by Bana Shriky Published on: 27th January 2021

1001 Cures – Contributions in Medicines & Healthcare from Muslim Civilisation (Edited by Peter Pormann, and published by FSTC 2018). Reviewed by Dr. Bana Shriky, BPharm, MSc, PhD, AFHEA, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Bradford

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1001 Cures – Introduction

by Peter E. Pormann Published on: 12th October 2018

Islamic civilisation developed a system of healthcare that, at its apogée, was envied by both friend and foe. Therefore, medicine evolved into a highly complex and variegated discipline from the 7th to the 21st century…

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1001 Cures Book launch at The Royal Society in London during the British Science Week

by News Desk Published on: 30th April 2018

To celebrate the launch of 1001 Cures; Contributions in Medicine & Healthcare from Muslim Civilisation, Bettany Hughes, Prof. Peter Frankopan, Dr. Aarathi Prasadand Prof. Peter E. Pormann participated in a panel discussion were they discussed…

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1001 Cures: Contributions in Medicine and Healthcare from Muslim Civilisation

by News Desk Published on: 22nd March 2018

1001 Cures: Contributions in Medicine and Healthcare from Muslim Civilisation tells the fascinating story of how generations of physicians from different countries and creeds created a medical tradition admired by friend and foe...

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FSTC Launch of 1001 Cures Book

by The Editorial Team Published on: 9th March 2018

To mark the launch of 1001 Cures: Contributions in Medicine & Healthcare From Muslim Civilisation new multi-author book with Foreword by Sir Magdi Yacoub, the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) in partnership with…

Introduction to the History of Medieval Islamic Medicine; Medical Education during the Medieval Islamic Era

1001 Cures II – Chapter 7: Medical Education during the Medieval Islamic Era

by Rabie Abdel-Halim Published on: 15th April 1700

The Prophetic saying “If anyone carries out medical treatment, yet previously he was not known as a medical man, then he takes the responsibility”, as well as the theologians’ opinion that medical knowledge was not…

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1001 Cures II – Chapter 6: Surgery during the Medieval Islamic Era

by Rabie Abdel-Halim Published on: 13th April 1700

This chapter presents the role of the Muslim surgeon Al- Zahrawy (930–1013) in the development of surgery as a science in the medieval Islamic era...

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1001 Cures II – Chapter 5: Medicine of the Medieval Islamic Era

by Rabie Abdel-Halim Published on: 12th April 1700

Medicine in the medieval Islamic era included preventative medicine and clinical medicine...

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1001 Cures II – Chapter 4: Human Anatomy and Physiology in the Medieval Islamic Era

by Rabie Abdel-Halim Published on: 11th April 1700

The medical scholars during the medieval Islamic era placed great emphasis on the value of dissection and the knowledge of anatomy for the diagnosis of affected organs, the relationships of the organs to one another…