Stay at Home: Managing Stress & Wellbeing During the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic

It is understandable to be worried: Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to increasing anxiety, stress and fears of uncertainty. It is normal to feel like this. In these difficult times, you should make sure to be in tune with your emotions and mental well-being. If you are feeling overwhelmed, remember to turn to Allah. …

An open letter to the Muslim community.

As Muslim Healthcare Professionals we have all been worried by the gap between the concerns around #COVID19 and the corresponding actions in our community. We have put this open letter together to simply and clearly highlight the clinical urgency and seriousness of the situation, on the continuation of congregational activities in Muslim institutions in light of the pandemic. Some will …

Updated: COVID-19 Guidance for Mosques in the UK

This is an update of previous guidance published on the 6th of March 2020 found here Last updated 12 March 2020 Dear Mosque Leaders, Staff and Volunteers, Asalaam alaykum, Peace be with you This is an update to the guidance issued on 6 March 2020 regarding the coronavirus, COVID19.[1] Emergency legislation will be introduced next week as containment measures to …

Covid-19 Advice

Coronavirus Infographic for UK Muslim Community There is a lot of information circulating about the coronavirus. BIMA & MCB would like to advise the Muslim community to take these precautions as suggested by the NHS & experts. We have summarised key information in this infographic, but please be aware that the situation is changing often and is correct as of …

Covid-19 Guidance for Mosques and Islamic Centres

*This guidance is out of date* The latest version is found here. Asalaam alaykum, We are writing to clarify the facts we currently know regarding the coronavirus, Covid-19, and how it is related to mosques in the UK. This guidance is equally applicable to other centres and congregational activities. Currently we know that Covid-19 is spreading in the UK with …

THE SUICIDE OF DR SRIDHARAN SURESH

We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family of Dr Suresh. A family man, devoted colleague and experienced clinician – the circumstances around his suicide starkly highlight serious failures in investigating healthcare professionals accused of misconduct.[1] The current system of investigation takes on the presumption of guilt until proven innocent; often results in immediate removal from work, …