Integrating Medical Pluralism in Southern Africa: The Case of the Zion Christian Church’s Healing Motif
The challenges that Western-trained medical missionaries and Christian doctors face is that their African patients, some of whom may be Christians, do consult all the healers in the parallel medical systems freely and almost simultaneously, the result of which may be complications, and possibly mental confusion, due to medications from different sources being taken at the same time without any liaison between doctors and healers.
Gabasiane, Olaotse Obed
"Integrating Medical Pluralism in Southern Africa: The Case of the Zion Christian Church’s Healing Motif,"
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