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The Internet is rapidly becoming the world's largest reference library.

Disclaimer: This listing of web resources is provided as a service to the public. The National Institute of Judaism and Medicine assumes no responsibility for their content or their views.

The National Association of Judaism and Medicine now offers a series of links to other Web Sites that contain information on either:

Internet Resources on the Subject of Jewish Medical Ethics:

Judaism and Medicine on the Web

- An extensive listing of Jewish medical ethics resources and
additional links from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Shaare Zedek Medical Center (Jerusalem)-Jewish Medical Ethics Institute

- Publishes hebrew & english journal "Assia" and several books which discuss many issues in Jewish Medical Ethics

Internet Resources on the Topic of Judaism:

Chabad on the Internet

- A treasurehouse of Jewish related links to philosophy, chassidism, kaballah and customs. Also extensive links to other Jewish sites.
Jewishnet- Global Jewish Information Network

- Jewish news & events from around
the world.

Judaism and Jewish Resource

- From the University of Alberta Libraries.
Your personal guide to thousands of Jewish/Israel links

- At present, Maven touts more than 4,500 Jewish related links.

Tzivos Hashem

- "The Army of G-d," is an organization for Jewish children the world over, providing materials that stimulate Jewish pride and knowledge, in order to teach children about how to be Jewish, and what Judaism means.


Israeli News :

Arutz Sheva

- "News from around Israel and around the globe".

Orthodox Union

"The world's largest and most effective jewish organization of it's kind."

Young Israel

"The National Council of Young Israel (NCYI), founded in 1912, serves as the national coordinating agency for nearly 150 Orthodox congregations comprised of nearly 25,000 member families throughout the United States and Canada. NCYI also serves as a resource to its sister organization in Israel, entitled "Yisrael Hatzair - the Young Israel Movement in Israel", encompassing over 50 synagogues."

 

NEXT CONFERENCE
Tentatively to be held
May 2006 in New York City

CME accreditation provided by:
the SUNY-Downstate Medical Center


For more information, contact us:

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


Telephone 917-760-2770


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