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Transforming Chaplaincy Fellows to speak at UMich School of Public Health

On March 9 from 1:00-2:30 EST, Transforming Chaplaincy Fellows Allison Delaney and Geila Rajaee will speak in the series “Conversation on Spirituality and Health: Bridging Research and Practice” at the University of Michigan. Those interested will find the talk in SPH1 Room 2610. From the University of Michigan School of Public Health:

Is spirituality a social determinant of health like any other? What are the unique challenges in bridging research and practice when it comes to spirituality? What can scientists and spiritual leaders learn from each other to strengthen public health research and practice? Join us for a conversation with two current fellows with [Transforming Chaplaincy] and a keynote address by Dr. Linda Chatters from the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education.

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