Erratum to: J Relig Health (2016) 55:403–421 DOI 10.1007/s10943-015-0154-y

In the original version of the article, Table 3 has been published inadvertently with the incorrect values where frequency data was transposed for the following question items: frequency of seeking guidance from Imams at local mosques when facing bioethics challenge; and frequency of seeking guidance from other Muslim physicians when facing bioethics challenge.

For “frequency of seeking guidance from Imams at local mosques when facing bioethics challenge” readers should be aware that the following are the correct numbers, presented in the following format, no. (%): Never, 113 (45.4); Rarely, 65 (26.1); Sometimes, 59 (23.7); Often, 12 (4.8).

For “frequency of seeking guidance from other Muslim physicians when facing bioethics challenge” readers should be aware that the following are the correct numbers: Never, 52 (21); Rarely, 49 (19.8); Sometimes, 117 (47.2); Often, 30 (12.1).

Within the results section, under subheading “Bioethics Resource Utilization”, the second sentence should read: Nearly half (45 %) reported never (instead of often as reported in the original paper) seeking guidance from their local imam when faced with an ethical challenge in medicine (45 %), and nearly half sometimes sought the counsel of other Muslim physicians (47 %).

This error in no way impacts our discussion section and the implications from findings.