Caring for a jewish patient a guide for medical professionals judaism is one of the main religions of the world based on the torah which jews believe was given to moses by god on mount sinai the torah the five books of moses genesis exodus leviticus numbers and deuteronomy contains 613 commandments. Caring for jewish patients offers an alternative explanation orthodox jewish patients may avoid eye contact with a doctor of the opposite sex author joseph spitzer is an orthodox jew he is also a general practitioner in stamford hill north london home to europes largest orthodox jewish community. When caring for a jewish orthodox patient and interacting with family members the best course of action is to ask what special needs they may have offer to assist them with adhering to sabbath laws effective communication understanding and tolerance are key to ensuring that the jewish orthodox patients healthcare and spiritual needs are met. Caring for the jewish patient the jewish religion is over 4000 years old and has a very rich heritage however within the british jewish community there is a wide spectrum of belief and much variation in observance the two main strands of judaism in this country are the orthodox whose members adhere very closely
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