This program will bring together internationally acclaimed scholars and practitioners for a presentation and panel discussion regarding the relevance of bioethics and the Holocaust for modern medical practice, health law, public policy, and human rights efforts. We will reflect upon what we have learned in the 70 years since the Doctors’ Trial and the publication of the Nuremberg Code and identify areas that still need to be addressed in order to fulfill our obligation to those who lost their lives at the hands of Nazi medicine.
This program is free and open to the general public. Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits will be available for participating physicians, physician assistants, nurses and pharmacists.
Free admission to the Museum before the program begins for registered participants. Get your free ticket for the galleries upon arrival at the Museum.
Co-presented by the Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics and the Holocaust (MIMEH) and the UNESCO Chair of Bioethics (Haifa) Department of Bioethics and the Holocaust