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Informative Clips Discussing Bioethics During the Holocaust

Resilience and the Role of the Doctor: The Auschwitz Experience

​This lecture was presented in Krakow on May 7, 2019, as part of the "Medicine Behind Barbed Wire" conference co-sponsored by MIMEH. The conference was part of a larger project, "Medical Review: Auschwitz," which aims to translate journals published after WWII detailing the physical and mental after-effects of the Holocaust on victims of Nazi medicine into multiple languages.

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​Physician Behaviors during the Third Reich

​This lecture was presented in Krakow on May 7, 2019, as part of the "Medicine Behind Barbed Wire" conference co-sponsored by MIMEH. The conference was part of a larger project, "Medical Review: Auschwitz," which aims to translate journals published after WWII detailing the physical and mental after-effects of the Holocaust on victims of Nazi medicine into multiple languages.

​Medicine and Morality in Nazi Germany

This lecture was presented in Krakow on May 7, 2019, as part of the "Medicine Behind Barbed Wire" conference co-sponsored by MIMEH. The conference was part of a larger project, "Medical Review: Auschwitz," which aims to translate journals published after WWII detailing the physical and mental after-effects of the Holocaust on victims of Nazi medicine into multiple languages.

The Holocaust as a Critical Point in the Development of Medical and Research Ethics

This lecture was presented in Krakow on May 7, 2019, as part of the "Medicine Behind Barbed Wire" conference co-sponsored by MIMEH. The conference was part of a larger project, "Medical Review: Auschwitz," which aims to translate journals published after WW II detailing the physical and mental after-effects of the Holocaust on victims of Nazi medicine into multiple langauges.

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Ethical Transgressions in Anatomical Science during the "Third Reich": The Trace to Auschwitz

​This lecture was presented in Krakow on May 9, 2018, as part of the "Medicine Behind Barbed Wire" conference co-sponsored by MIMEH. The conference was part of a larger project, "Medical Review: Auschwitz," which aims to translate journals published after World War II detailing the physical and mental after-effects of the Holocaust on victims of Nazi Medicine into multiple languages.

​The Ethical Implications of Nazi Medicine for Current Medical Practice, Healthcare Policy and Human Rights Endeavors

​This lecture was presented in Krakow on May 9, 2018, as part of the "Medicine Behind Barbed Wire" conference co-sponsored by MIMEH. The conference was part of a larger project, "Medical Review: Auschwitz," which aims to translate journals published after World War II detailing the physical and mental after-effects of the Holocaust on victims of Nazi Medicine into multiple languages.

​How Healers Became Killers: Nazi Doctors and Modern Medical Ethics

​This Grand Rounds lecture was presented by Dr. Matthew Wynia and Dr. Patricia Heberer-Rice at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus as part of the 2018 Holocaust, Genocide, and Contemporary Bioethics program co-sponsored by MIMEH.

Stories from the World of Genocide: from the Holocaust to Life as a 21st Century Refugee

On April 10, 2018, a panel discussion was held at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus as part of the annual Holocaust, Genocide, and Contemporary Bioethics program co-sponsored by MIMEH. The participants included two Holocaust survivors and two adolescent refugees who discussed their experiences.

​The Pledge to Preserve Human Dignity in Health Care

​On January 29, 2018, the Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics and the Holocaust, the Center for Human Dignity in Bioethics, Medicine and Health at Misericordia University, CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center and the Department of Bioethics and the Holocaust of the UNESCO Chair of Bioethics (Haifa) launched an international movement to preserve human dignity in health care. View the inaugural pledge ceremony here.

The Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics and the Holocaust brought 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. The panel reflected 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. Click on the photo to view part four of four.

The Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics and the Holocaust brought 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. The panel reflected 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. Click on the photo to view part three of four.
The Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics and the Holocaust brought 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. The panel reflected 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. Click on the photo to view part two of four.
The Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics and the Holocaust brought 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. The panel reflected 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. Click on the photo to view part one of four.
Click on the photo to view the second part of Dr. Tessa Chelouche's lecture, "70 Years after Nuremberg: What Have We Learned?" presented at NYC's Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust on November 9, 2017.
Click on the photo to view the first part of Dr. Tessa Chelouche's lecture, "70 Years after Nuremberg: What Have We Learned?" presented at NYC's Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust on November 9, 2017.

Click on the photo to view the 2017 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony    broadcast  from Misericordia University and live-streamed on the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's website.

Click on the photo to view a short informational video about MIMEH.