Dr. Jay McDaniel will present a series of three lunch-time lectures on the world’s religions. The series is sponsored by the Pastoral Care Department of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Dates and Times:
- March 6, 2019: An Overview of the World’s Religions: The Multifaith Context for Chaplaincy and Health Care – 12-1:30 pm
- April 3, 2019: On Being an Interfaith Leader: How to Work with People from Different Traditions and no Tradition – 12-1:30 pm
- May 1, 2019: The Range of Religious Emotions: A Brief Introduction to the Psychology of Religion – 12-1:30 pm
- May 8, 2019: World Religions Panel – 12-1:30 pm Taking stock and moving forward at UAMS. An informal discussion facilitated by Dr. McDaniel on implications of religious and spiritual diversity for the UAMS and Little Rock Community, featuring selected representatives from various traditions: Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Christianity, Humanism, and others
Location: UAMS, 4301 West Markham Street, Little Rock, Arkansas
From interfaith chapels and meditation rooms to conference rooms turned prayer halls and peace gardens, hospitals and their often multifaith teams of chaplains are seeking to meet the religious and spiritual needs of patients, their loved ones, as well as the medical personnel who care for them. — Usra Ghazi in the Pluralism Project Podcast Episode 3: Religion in Healthcare