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** 8 Additional CME Credits for attendance to these seminars. **

The Pre Conference Weekend Seminars
Friday, November 15, 2002
Shabbat, November 16, 2002


Schedule of Pre Conference Seminars

All meals, Shabbat Prayers and Lectures will be held at:

Lubavitch Yeshiva Auditorium
Albany Avenue, between Crown & Montgomery Streets

Program and Schedule

Friday Evening November 15th (Kislev 10)

4:20pm Candle Lighting
Shabbat Shalom!

4:30pm Mincha & Maariv Services

6:00pm Shabbat Dinner & Session

8:30 10:30pm Ethical Lessons from the Holocaust
Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet, PhD
(view bio)
Robert Feldman, MD Chair

 

Saturday/Shabbat November 16th (Kislev 11)


8:30am-9:30am Mind Body Medicine
Daniel A. Drubach, M.D.
Rabbi J Immanuel Schochet, PhD
(view bio)

10:00am Shacharit Services

12:30pm Mincha Services

1:00pm Lunch & Afternoon Sessions

1:30 2:30pm (During lunch)

Psychology of Judaism
Was Freud Chassidic?

Rabbi Alter Metzger, EdD
(view bio)

2:45 4:00pm Ethics and Medicine
Abraham Steinberg, MD
(view bio)
Axel Elazar Pflueger, MD
(view bio)
Eli Rosen, MD Chair
(view bio)

4:00 4:15 Light Refreshments

4:20 5:15pm Ethics and Medicine Part II
Abraham Steinberg, MD
(view bio)

5:21 Maariv and Havdalah Services

 

Motzei Shabbat: Cultural Event (optional)

Tour of: The Library of Agudas Chasidei Chabad; Ohel Yosef Yitzchak

Special exhibition of rare Lubavitch Chasidic manuscripts and artifacts dating back to the mid 1700s.

Tour guided by Rabbi Shalom Ber Levine, Head Librarian

Tour starts at 7:00pm sharp. Meet in courtyard between 770 and 766 Eastern Parkway.


View Photos From Library

 

Michael Akerman, MD, Chairman, Conference on Judaism and Medicine
c/o SUNY-Downstate Medical Center
450 Clarkson Avenue, Box 19
Brooklyn, New York 11203


 

For questions or a brochure please call Telephone 917-760-2770

 

 

 

 

 

Think His Thoughts -

Science is the study of those things G-d thinks about, by one of His thoughts. Torah is the study of G-d thinking.

- Rabbi M.M. Schneorson


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