Spiritual Care Conference at ISNA

Muslim Spiritual Care Services will participate in the 50th annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America.

Saturday, August 31, 4:45 PM – 6:00 PM

Session 8 H in Room 159 AB.

Topic: Providing Spiritual Care Services to Muslims in a Pluralistic Setting

Description: Muslim chaplains are primary spiritual care providers to Muslims in hospitals. We will ask the following questions: What are the services that only a Muslim chaplain can provide to Muslim patients? What are the barriers to spiritual care to Muslim patients? What community-based models are currently being offered for spiritual care within hospitals, out-patient clinics, community living centers, and at home?

Speaker: Kamal Abdul Shamsieh
Moderator: Abdul-Rasheed Muhammad


  1. I am a teacher of chaplaincy (a CPE supervisor), and am VERY interested in what your workshop provided, and what it discovered. Would you be able/willing to share a summary with me?

    Many thanks,
    Mary Martha Thiel

  2. Is it possible to obtain the text of the presentation noted above? I am a Christian chaplain, very involved in learning about Islam and how to better serve Muslim patients and their families in hospital (we do not have a Muslim chaplain on our spiritual care staff). I would benefit from the contents of your presentation from August 2013.

    Thank you in advance for your kind reply.

    Joyce Carter
    Washington, DC

    • Dear sir,
      we have qualified Chaplain in our Ruqqia Training center in Bangladesh.
      You can hair our Haffej and Trained Ruqqia Chaplain in your Hospitals.
      Please contract .
      Sadaka Research Foundation (SRF)
      G-118/1, School Road Mohakhali, Dhaka-1213.

      Dr. Juglul Haider 01713369090

  3. Dear sir Kamal Abdul Shamsieh.
    We are try to setup a Spiritual Department in Every Hospital in the Bangladesh.
    Please help for advice.

    best regards

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