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[THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN EXPOSURE TO TRAUMA AND MENTAL ILLNESS AMONG WORK MIGRANTS AND ASYLUM SEEKERS IN ISRAEL: A SURVEY AT THE OPEN CLINIC, PHYSICIANS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, 2012-2013].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2019 Jul; Vol. 158 (7), pp. 432-436.

Abstract:Introduction: In 2012, 183,896 work migrants and 47,704 asylum-seekers and work-migrants arrived in Israel. These populations are at high-risk for depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The Open Clinic of Physicians for Human Rig...

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[Self endangerment to save life--competing Jewish legal and moral obligations].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2014 Nov; Vol. 153 (11), pp. 638-40, 688.

Abstract:The obligation to help others often involves personal risk. Consequently, the scope and boundaries of this obligation can present a complex dilemma, which has practical and moral implications, even in the world of medicine. In Jewish medical ethics, th...

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[Paid sickness absence during pregnancy--a justifiable social right for pregnant women or an unneeded social right leading to misuse?].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2014 Jan; Vol. 153 (1), pp. 52-5, 63.

Abstract:It is commonly accepted that pregnancy incurs an extra burden on the pregnant woman--both physically and mentally. Therefore, many Western countries have adopted social plans to enable pregnant women to leave their workplace without losing their income...

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[Conscience, principled refusal and ethics of refusal to provide treatment to a patient's request].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2008 May; Vol. 147 (5), pp. 398-402, 479.

Abstract:There are situations in which refusal to provide treatment according to a patient's request may be justified by ethical rules and principles of medical ethics. This article explores such situations, analyzing the various factors which a physician may c...

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[Decision-making concerning guardianship--who is the "person that no longer has the capacity to make decisions regarding personal matters"?].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2008 May; Vol. 147 (5), pp. 394-7, 479.

Abstract:Appointment of a guardian is a complicated and important process, when necessary. It is a paternalistic intervention in the life of an individual, which aims to protect those who require that protection. Appointment of a guardian significantly impedes ...

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[Healthcare for migrant workers in Israel].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2003 Jun; Vol. 142 (6), pp. 429-32, 486, 485.

Abstract:An estimated 300.000 migrant workers are currently living in Israel, which is about 5% of the general population. More then half of this population is undocumented and have very limited access to public health care. Due to the financial difficulties wi...

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[Procreation--right or obligation?].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1998 Mar 01; Vol. 134 (5), pp. 390-3.

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