Your Workshop Curriculum Includes 10 Downloadable Classes That Cover:
- Introduction and Principles of Jewish Medical Halacha, including a comprehensive book list
- Comparison between halachic and secular medical ethical principles
- Beginning of Life Issues – including IVF, egg donation and surrogacy, PGD, multiple-parent embryos
- Genetics in Forensics and Population Genetics
- End of Life Issues – including terminal care principles, withdrawal of therapy, palliation principles, analgesia in risky and terminal situations
- Triage Principles and Dilemmas; mass casualty incidents and related issues
- Risk and Danger in Medicine and Surgery in Jewish Law
- Transplant Issues – Living Donor and Recipient Issues
- Transplant Issues – Non-living Donor Issues
- Modern Genetics and Halacha
- Immunization Requirements in Halacha
- Among others…
By Joining Now, You Will Get:
- 10 pre-recorded sessions to listen to or download at your convenience
- BONUS classes on vaccinations, putting yourself into danger to save others, and Surrogacy
- Dedicated workshop email available to contact Rabbi Tatz for clinical medical halachic consultation.
- Direct telephone access to Rabbi Tatz for urgent consultation at any time.
- Critical references provided in downloadable formats.
- A digital copy of Rabbi Tatz’s medical halacha textbook, Dangerous Disease and Dangerous Therapy in Jewish Medical Ethics in downloadable format.
About Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz is a South African born physician, author and lecturer. He studied medicine in Johannesburg with elective work at Washington University in St Louis and graduated with distinction in surgery. He spent a number of years concurrently practicing medicine and engaging in Talmudic study in Israel. His Jerusalem Medical Ethics Forum teaches and promotes knowledge of Jewish medical ethics internationally. He has written a number of books on the subjects of Jewish philosophy and Jewish Medical Ethics: Anatomy of a Search, Living Inspired, Worldmask, The Thinking Jewish Teenager’s Guide to Life, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, Dangerous Disease & Dangerous Therapy in Jewish Medical Ethics, Will, Freedom & Destiny, and As Dawn Ends the Night. These are also available in French, Italian, Spanish, German, Russian and Portuguese translations. He currently teaches at the Jewish Learning Exchange in London and internationally, and delivers a weekly Webinar on Jewish Thought and Practice, hosted by Jewish Workshops.
“I enjoyed very much and learned a lot about subjects I hadn’t even realized were controversial. Thank you Rabbi Tatz for sharing your wealth of knowledge in this complex and crucial area of halacha and Torah ethics.”
“I really enjoyed the program. The subjects were really interesting as well as the clear way Rabbi Tatz presented the issues and dilemmas.”
“I wish to thank Rabbi Tatz for the totally engaging classes he presented on Medical Ethics and Jewish Law. I watched on demand ( a very convenient arrangement) as I was at work at 3 pm here in NYC. As an Adult and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner … I have frequently encountered situations that you addressed in your classes.”
“The program is excellent. Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz holds the attention of the listener to the point that one sits at the edge of the seat in anticipation- waiting for the questions he poses and the subsequent answers. In two words : Awe Inspiring.”
“It was very good and enlightening. Being an RN, and having studied secular medical ethics, and nit knowing anything about Jewish Medical Ethics or Halacha, this was great. I realize that we just touched on some of the basics, but it was enough to let me know how to better respond from a Jewish perspective and especially where the secular differs. Being in the US, this last point has been very important for me.”