Keeping me in your prayers

I will be lecturing this afternoon to health care professionals at the University of Michigan Hospital on the efficacy of prayer for those in need of healing. This is an especially relevant topic following the Chicago Tribune’s March 31st article explaining that researchers from Harvard Medical School and five other U.S. medical centers found “that coronary bypass patients who knew strangers were praying for them fared significantly worse than people who got no prayers.”


Topic: The Efficacy of Prayer in Judaism on Health Outcomes rabbi miller
Presenter: Rabbi Jason Miller

Date: June 15, Thursday
Time: Noon – 1 pm
Location: MCHC Auditorium

Videoconferenced at:
– East Ann Arbor (lower level conference room)
– 1433 Commonwealth (small conference room)
– Brighton Health Center (large conference room)

Nursing CEs:
Contact hours will be provided by the University of Michigan Health System’s Educational Services for Nursing which is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

(c) Rabbi Jason Miller | | Twitter: @RabbiJason |