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Bridging the physician and CAM practitioner communication gap: suggested framework for communication between physicians and CAM practitioners based on a cross professional survey from Israel.
OBJECTIVE Our study aimed to develop a framework to improve communication between physicians and CAM practitioners regarding mutual patients. METHODS Following a modified Delphi process, weExpand
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Development of ethical rules for boundaries of touch in complementary medicine--outcomes of a Delphi process.
The practice of complementary medicine (CAM) often involves touch. The unique philosophy of many CAM therapies, and the setting in which treatments are provided create a therapeutic space which mayExpand
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In the historiographical discussion surrounding the First World War, the war is presented as an arena for the empowerment of women. This article attempts to examine this statement in light of theExpand
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The immigration policy of the Zionist institutions 1882–1914
Zionism has always aspired to gather the Jewish people in its historical homeland. The Hibbat Zion organization and the Zionist movement's declared aim was, and still is, the ingathering of as manyExpand
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Touching ethics: assessing the applicability of ethical rules for safe touch in CAM--outcomes of a CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) practitioner survey in Israel.
INTRODUCTION Recently, ethical guidelines regarding safe touch in CAM were developed in Israel. Publishing ethical codes does not imply that they will actually help practitioners to meet ethical careExpand
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Jewish Women in Pre-State Israel
Ph.D. diss., The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2001), pp. 307–12 (hereafter cited as Ben Ya’akov, “Immigration”). 12. Sergio DellaPergola, “Aliyah and Other Jewish Migrations: Toward an IntegratedExpand
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A Religious Orthodox Women's Revolution: The Case of Kolech (1998-2005)
At the turn of the twenty-first century, educated feminist religious Jewish women who regard themselves as obligated to observe Halacha and to adhere to the framework of patriarchal institutions feelExpand
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