Fred Rosner is Professor of Medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Director of the Department of Medicine at Queens Hospital Center, and the Chairman of the Medical Ethics Committee of the State of New York. He is an expert on Jewish Medical Ethics and the medical writings of Moses Maimonide, and published almost 800 articles and 39 chapters in books on all aspects of Jewish medical ethics and Jewish medical history, as well as topics pertaining to haematology, including leukemia and anaemia, immunology and general medicine.He is an internationally known authority on medical ethics, having lectured widely on Jewish medical ethics.
Dr. Michael Akerman will explain what it means that "the work of man is greater than the work of God", and how God made a world that mankind is supposed to improve upon, such as making food and clothes from natural and raw material. The same applies to science and medicine
Dr. Alfred Sofer (2)
What is a doctor’s obligation for a patient who is dying? What procedure may or may not be administered? Does a patient who’s brain dead require medical care? Also, discover the benefits of appointing a healthcare proxy, and join Dr. Powderly in her experience as a member of multiple Ethics Committees
Dr. Kathleen E. Powderly (3)