Who are we? What is our work? Learn more about the Chaplains at Michigan Medicine and the care we provide on a daily basis and during times of crisis.
Michigan Medicine Chaplain LJ Brazier and colleagues were interviewed about their study related to how older adults want their healthcare providers to consider religion and spirituality. Click here to read it. You can also read a summary of their study here.
Michigan Medicine Chaplain Shama Mehta contributed a chapter to the book, Hindu Approaches to Spiritual Care, which can be found here.
Michigan Medicine Chaplains Rev. Bruce Paul and Shama Mehta were featured in the fall edition of Thrive, a magazine for the Rogel Cancer Center at Michigan Medicine.
Michigan Medicine CPE Resident Jaye Starr was an editor for and Starr and Chaplain Imam Kamau Ayubbi contributed chapters to the book Mantle of Mercy
Michigan Medicine Chaplains Imam Kamau Ayubbi, Rabbi Sara Adler, and Rabbi Benyamin Vineburg come together to ensure the needs of specific faith communities are met. Click here to read it.
Michigan Medicine Chaplain, Imam Kamau Ayubbi is interviewed by Amie Tyler, a meditation and embodied spirituality teacher following the death of George Floyd. Click here to access it.
Michigan Medicine Chaplain Resident, Priest Joshua Genig, wrote a scholarly article on spirituality in health-care, specifically during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to access the article.
Michigan Medicine Chaplains, Rabbi Benyamin Vineburg and Rabbi Sara Adler, are featured in this article written by Netana Markovitz, MD Candidate at the University of Michigan. Click here to read the article.
Michigan Medicine Chaplain, Rabbi Sara Adler, is one of the Chaplains featured in this article which shares the experience of being a Chaplain during the COVID-19 pandemic. click here to read.
Podcast interview by Tariq Toure with Imam Kamau Ayubbi “Self, Soul, and Seeking Isolation with Imam Kamau Ayubbi”