Yıl 2020, Cilt 3 , Sayı 2, Sayfalar 305 - 322 2020-12-28

Religion and Medicine IV: Religion, Physical Health and Clinical Implications
Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler

H. G. KOENİG [1]

In the fourth and final article of this religion and medicine series, I summarize the results of a comprehensive and systematic review of research examining religion’s relationship to physical health and mortality. This review focuses on pain and disability, cardiovascular disease, immune and neuroendocrine function, susceptibility to infection, cancer, and overall mortality. I also explore what these research findings mean for medical practice and suggest patient-centered applications that are sensitive to ethical concerns.
Din ve tıp ilişkisine dair bu serinin dördüncü ve son makalesinde, dinin fiziksel sağlık ve ölümle ilişkisini inceleyen kapsamlı ve sistematik araştırma sonuçları özetlenmiştir. Bu bağlamda çalışmamız ağrı ve engellilik, kalp ve damar hastalıkları, bağışıklık ve nöroendokrin sistemi, enfeksiyona duyarlılık, kanser ve genel anlamda ölüm oranları üzerine odaklanmaktadır. Ayrıca çalışmamızda, bu araştırma bulgularının tıbbî uygulamalar için ne anlama geldiği incelenerek hasta merkezli ve etik kaygılara karşı duyarlı birtakım uygulamalar önerilecektir.
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Yazar: H. G. KOENİG
Ülke: Turkey


Çevirmen: Talip DEMİR


Yayımlanma Tarihi : 28 Aralık 2020

Bibtex @Çeviri { antakiyat784775, journal = {Antakiyat}, issn = {}, eissn = {2667-4017}, address = {}, publisher = {Mustafa Kemal Üniversitesi}, year = {2020}, volume = {3}, pages = {305 - 322}, doi = {}, title = {Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler}, key = {cite}, author = {Koenig, H. G.} }
APA Koenig, H . (2020). Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler (T. Demir, Çev.) . Antakiyat , 3 (2) , 305-322 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/antakiyat/issue/58784/784775
MLA Koenig, H . "Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler" Çev. Talip Demir . Antakiyat 3 (2020 ): 305-322 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/antakiyat/issue/58784/784775>
Chicago Koenig, H . "Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler". Çev., Talip Demir. Antakiyat 3 (2020 ): 305-322
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ISNAD Koenig, H. G. . "Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler". Çev. Talip Demir. Antakiyat 3 / 2 (Aralık 2020): 305-322 .
AMA Koenig H . Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler. Antakiyat. 2020; 3(2): 305-322.
Vancouver Koenig H . Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler. Demir T, Çev. Antakiyat. 2020; 3(2): 305-322.
IEEE H. Koenig , "Din ve Tıp IV: Din, Fiziksel Sağlık ve Klinik Tavsiyeler", Antakiyat, c. 3, sayı. 2, ss. 305-322, Ara. 2021