Monday, 20 February 2017
 

Aims and Objectives

The aims and objectives of the IMA which were formulated in 1980 are listed below:

  • To promote a better understanding and appreciation of Islam and of Medicine within the framework of Islam.
  • To constantly remind and educate the Muslim health care professionals of the Islamic value, morality, etiquette and ethics and to apply these in the health care sector.
  • To promote professional and non-professional contact among Muslim health care professionals at all levels through activities such as meetings, dinners, seminars, guest speakers and conventions.
  • To seek affiliation to medical institutions through professional co-operation.
  • To co-operate with other organizations on matters of mutual interest.
  • To orientate health education with Islamic values and outlook in the application of patient care.
  • To promote research and publications in the field of Islamic medical history, prophetic medicine, Islamic medical ethics and Medicine in general from the Islamic viewpoint.
  • To be a mercy unto mankind in the Prophetic tradition by providing necessary assistance within our scope and capability and whatever needed in the form of clinics, relief work and rehabilitation.
  • To co-ordinate the relevant group and individual activities of Muslim health care professionals.
  • To have a central information bureau as a service to the members regarding employment opportunities, exchange programmes, scholarship and graduate and under-graduate training opportunities.
  • To establish libraries for the use of the members and others who may wish to use them.
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