Interested in finding new ways to improve patient outcomes after hospital admissions, researchers from Harvard’s T. Chan School of Public Health embarked on a study that analyzed data from more than one million patients over the age of 65 who were hospitalized for common conditions, including pneumonia, stroke or heart attack.“The motivation for this was really straightforward,” said Dr.
Ashish Jha, professor of health policy and director of the Harvard Global Health Institute.“There have been a dozen or so studies looking at practice differences between male and female physicians.
If this is not possible, then a male Muslim doctor, and if a male Muslim doctor is not available, then a non-Muslim male doctor, on the condition that he looks only at as much of the woman’s body as is necessary for him to diagnose and treat the problem, and he should lower his gaze as much as possible, and not look any more than is necessary.
The doctor should administer this medical treatment to the woman in the presence of her mahram or husband or another woman, so as to avoid khulwah (being alone with him).
"If I was working a 36-hour shift, he'd come by and kiss me on the forehead and tuck me into bed."Parrott recognized that someone so flexible is a keeper, so she married him.