Society of Healers holds ethical discussion at the MOSH

 

BY ERIN COHEN
Society of Healers Director
erinc@jewishjacksonville.org

 

In mid-January, the Federation Society of Healers gathered at the Museum of Science and History for a interactive panel discussion titled, ‘Medical Ethics Today: Lessons Learned from Anne Frank and the Holocaust’. The program was done in collaboration with the Duval County Medical Society Foundation and doctors were able to earn two CMEs for attending the program. 

 

The insightful and contemplative panel was comprised of Dr. Guy Benrubi, Professor, University of Florida College of Medicine, Jacksonville; Dr. Yank Coble, Past-President, American Medical Association & World Medical Association and Dr. Theo Prousis, UNF Professor; moderated by Dr. Todd Sack, President, Duval County Medical Society Foundation. Guests had the opportunity before and after the program to view two exhibits: Anne Frank: A History for Today & Remembering the Holocaust in Art. For more information about the Jewish Federation of Jacksonville's Society of Healers, contact Erin Cohen at 448-5000 x1205 or erinc@jewishjacksonville.org