Jewish Medical Ethics With Dr. Emilie Kutash

April 13, 2018 Marblehead Free 0
(Photo: Cakeio/iStock)
(Photo: Cakeio/iStock)

Who lives, who dies, who decides? You may be surprised to find out the answer to those questions is not the same in the Jewish world and the secular world. End-of-life issues, abortion, triage during medical disasters like widespread flu or a terrorist attack, genetic screening, genetic engineering and organ transplants are only a few of the issues that call for radically different answers. Come find out the difference!

Dr. Emilie Kutash, a member of Temple Sinai, has two doctorates, one in philosophy and one in psychology. She has taught medical ethics at Maimonides Medical Center and Touro School of Health Sciences, and is now teaching at Salem State University.

8 p.m. service, with oneg and speaker to follow.

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Friday, April 13, 2018, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Temple Sinai
1 Community Rd
Marblehead, MA 01945

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