The Fifth Annual Interprofessional Forum on Ethics and Religion in Health Care:
Exploring Mental Health from a Trauma-Informed Care Lens
Rabbi Shmuel Silber, through IJC, initiated the interdisciplinary Forum on Ethics and Religion in Health hosted by the University of Maryland Baltimore. The goal of this program is to understand and appreciate how a person’s spiritual and religious beliefs impact their treatment and how that understanding can help the care provider, family and patient in healing.
The Associated’s Maimonides Society Lecture
Gilchrist, JCN and Bikur Cholim workshop given by Rabbi Shmuel Silber
Religious, Medical, Ethical, and Legal Perspectives on End-of-Life Issues
Presented by the Institute for Jewish Continuity; the University of Maryland Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Social Work; and the Maryland Healthcare Ethics Committee Network at the UM Carey School of Law