Healthcare professional genuinely ask for information on how to care for Muslim patients. Unfortunately, there are scarce published material on legal and ethical issues encountered by Muslim patients. Taking care of Muslim patients is an interdisciplinary fields that integrates chaplaincy and pastoral care, ethics, law, and social theories.
- Islamic Approaches to Patient Care: Muslim Beliefs and Healthcare Practices for Caregivers
Ra’ufa Sherry Tuell (Author), 2011
- Understanding Muslim Chaplaincy (Ashgate Ahrc/Esrc Religion and Society)
Sophie Gilliat-Ray, Stephen Pattison and Mansur Ali, 2013
- Islamic Biomedical Ethics: Principles and Application
Abdulaziz Sachedina (Author), 2011
- Meeting the Healthcare Needs of American Muslims
- Traditional Healing Practices Among American Muslims: Perceptions of Community Leaders in Southeast Michigan
- Barriers to Spiritual Care Among Muslim Patients
Kamal Abu-Shamsieh (Author), 2012
MA Thesis, Hartford Seminary
- Chaplaincy Services for Muslim Patients in New York City Hospitals: Assessing Needs, Barriers, and the Role of Muslim Chaplains
- Mental Illness Recognition and Referral Practices Among Imams in the United States
Osman M. Ali, M.D. and Glen Milstein, Ph.D. (Authors), 2012
The listing of the above resources is neither intended as an endorsement nor a reflection of the views of Ziyara Muslim Spiritual Care; Our intentions are to spark discussion and raise awareness concerning trends in the care for Muslim patients and to offer an opportunity for additional research. We encourage you to recommend publications and models that are pertinent to the topic of taking care of the needs of Muslim patients.