Initiative on Islam & Medicine: Scholarship Content

Attitudes toward Organ Donation

  1. Rasheed, S. and AI Padela 2013. The Interplay between Religious Leaders and Organ Donation Among Muslims. Zygon. [Epub]
  2. Padela, AI. S. Rasheed, GJW. Warren, H. Choi, and AK. Mathur. 2011. Factors Associated with Positive Attitudes Towards Organ Donation in Arab AmericanMain menus. Clinical Transplantation 25:800-8

A Framework for considering relationships between Islam and American Muslim health

  1. Padela, AI and F. Curlin. 2013. Religion and Disparities: Considering the influences of Islam on the health of American Muslims. Journal of Religion and Health. 52:1333-1345
  2. Padela, AI. A. Killawi, J. Forman, S. DeMonner, M. Heisler. 2012. American Muslim Perceptions of Healing: Key Agents in Healing and Their Roles. Qualitative Health Research 22:846-858.
  3. AlRawi, S. MD. Fetters, A. Killawi, A. Hammad, and AI. Padela . 2011. Traditional Healing Practices Among American Muslims: Perceptions of Community Leaders in Southeast Michigan. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 14:489-96.

Islamic Bioethics: Between Sacred Law, Lived Experiences and State Authorities

  1. Padela, AI. 2013 Islamic Bioethics: Between Sacred Law, Lived Experiences and State Authority. Journal of Theoretical Biomedicine and Ethics 34:65-80.
  2. Where Religion, Bioethics, and Policy Meet: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Islamic Bioethics and End-of-life Care

Islamic Bioethics and Brain Death

  1. Padela, AI. and T.Basser. 2012 Brain Death- The Challenges of Translating Medical Science into Islamic Bioethical Discourse. Medicine & Law. 31:433-450.
  2. Padela, AI. A. Arozullah, and E. Moosa.  2011.  Brain Death in Islamic Ethico-legal Deliberation: Challenges for Applied Islamic Bioethics. Bioethics. [epub]