1st International Conference on
The Fiqh of Medicine (Islamic Medical Ethics)
19th September, 2020, London
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
For Health Care Professionals, Students, Muslim Scholars and all other interested parties and Health Bodies.
The event will host ‘thought leaders’ and international Muslim experts on Islamic Fiqh and Bioethics – Muslim scholars, Academics, Muslim Health Bodies, NHS bodies, medical professionals and the public will all have the opportunity to meet on one platform to present a blend of ethical practical and theological perspectives allowing space for questions, discussion and proposed solutions.
Featured Talks & Speakers
Dr Mohammed Ghaly
Dr Aasim Padela
Director of the Program on Medicine and Religion, Uni. ChicagoMedicine, USA
Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari
Director and researcher at the Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence (Darul Iftaa, www.daruliftaa.com)
Mufti Zubair Butt
Senior Advisor on Islamic law at the Institute of Islamic Jurisprudence, Bradford, UK
Management Consultant. NHS Blood and Transplant. Chair, Strategic Independent Advisory Group, UK
Ali Jan Haider
Director of strategy at NHS, UK
Dr Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera
WhiteThread Institute, UK
Dr Muhammad Mansur Ali
Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Cardiff University, UK
Shaykh Dr Rafaqat Rashid
Academic Director at Al Balagh Academy, UK
Dr Obadah Ghannam
The Centre for Islam and Medicine, UK
Dr Mehrunisha Suleman
Research Associate, Centre for Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge, UK
Dr Naznin Mirza
British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA), UK
University of Sheffield, UK
- To increase awareness of contemporary medical bioethics from the Islamic perspective, its challenges and proposed future.
- To promote and advance a multidisciplinary approach to research and intelligence in producers and more engagement with consumers of Islamic Bioethics.
- To provide a forum and interpersonal contact between Medical Practitioners, Islamic Scholars (Ulema) and other academics and bodies, in order to build a network of support and resource for the future.
Who Should Attend?
The conference is intended to cater for medical, nursing and allied professionals including students, and Islamic Scholars (Ulema) who feel the need for an opportunity to review and update their thinking about Islamic medical ethical issues -also for Muslim healthcare leaders, Muslim health
The conference will begin with a graduation ceremony