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No próximo dia 20 de Março assinala-se o Dia Mundial da Saúde Oral.

Summary of updates from various boards on Covid-19

f you’re expecting a baby, join us on Sunday 12 April via Zoom for WAP and AKEB ECED’s Preparing for Parenthood workshop.
We are here to answer your pregnancy related questions and provide you with personalised support. This session is open to all expecting parents. Further details will be shared at a later date, but in the meantime, if you’re interested in finding out more, please email us at [email protected]

#WAP #AKEB #Preparingforparenthood #alltogetherwecan

The Aga Khan Health Board have created some excellent video content, which can be accessed by clicking here:

the.ismaili/uk/akhb-videos

In this miniature from a 17th century Ottoman manuscript of the Canon of medicine by Avicenna, a physician prepares medicine for the treatment of patient.

In contributing to the development of human knowledge, historic Muslim societies laid the foundations of modern science and medicine. Throughout history, Muslim doctors and nurses pushed the boundaries of medical science, and established hospitals and clinics. Today, and especially at the current time, the modern world is indebted to these figures and institutions.