Octavo in dust jacket, xii, 261 pp. Octavo, glossy paper covered covers, xii, 308 pp. Authors such as Immanuel Jakobovitz and Fred Rosner appear frequently in this pathfinder with a more traditional approach rooted in Jewish law. Jerusalem, Genesis Jerusalem Press, distributed by Philip Feldheim, Inc. Summary: Based on the response of Rabbi Eliezer Yehuda Waldenberg, chief justic of the Rabbinical District Court of Jerusalem, author of Tzitz Eliezer. Octavo in dust jacket, xiv, 220 pp. This book combines real life experiences with traditional Jewish sources to comfort the ill and those caring for them.
It is one of the most important rites of passage, bonding for Jewish communities and also among the most important ways to learn about Judaism. Octavo in dust jacket, xviii, 298 pp. The emergency department at Maimonides Medical Center has strived to serve this community and has modified common patient care practices to meet the needs of this special population. Boston, Massachusetts, Beth Israel Hospital in association with The Francis A. Includes the works Treatise on the Regimen of Health, Treatise on the Causes of Symptoms and Laws of Human Temperaments.
Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, Inc. Hoboken, New Jersey, Ktav Publishing House, Inc. F44 1995, Biblical Archaeology Society, Washington D. Summary: An exhaustive history of Jewish participation in healing and medical practice, from the court Jews of medieval times to the modern day doctors. New York, Ktav Publishing House, Inc. A note: This pathfinder includes Torahs and resources on Torah study and scholarship, but not books and scholarship on individual portions of the Torah.
His greatest significance comes from his role as a transmitter across the divide from the ancient world to the emerging Arab and subsequently European scholarly world and in his role as the ideal of the model physician. With a Hebrew language section at the rear reproducing much of the English text, but not all. Octavo in dust jacket, x, 210 pp. This pathfinder offers resources on Jewish law halacha and medical ethics, as well as varying Jewish approaches to healing and an exploration of medicine and healing in traditional Jewish sources. Lucy Shapiro, chair of Stanford Medical School Department of Developmental Biology, will address the ethical dilemmas posed by genetic mutations.
Inscribed by the author on the free front endpaper. Northvale, New Jersey, Jason Aronson, 1995. Octavo, paper covers, xx, 265 pp. Hoboken, New Jersey, Ktav Publishing House, Inc. We were recently able to get from amoung a large trove of books on Jewish medicine copies of all of the volumes of Maimonides Medical Writings. Octavos, gray cloth with gold lettering, xxxvi, 390 pp.
Orthodox Jews are a special cultural group; their entire lives revolve around the teachings of the Torah. He appears to have had an eidetic memory. Haifa, The Maimonides Research Institute, 1989. Department of Health and Human Services, who will speak about substance abuse. Dienstag, index + x, 176 pp. He was a trader in rare gems and when he was lost at sea his stock in trade was lost with him.
Octavo, glossy paper covers, 95 pp. Haifa, The Maimonides Research Institute, 1990. Hours - Israel time Sunday - Thursday: 18:00 - 24:00 Friday: 8:00 - 12:00 Saturday night: ½ hour after Shabbat is over to midnight. Summary: A survey of Jewish woman therapists and patients who examine the cultural effects of Jewishness in therapy, treatment and their personal lives and passions. Summary: A survey of Jewish responses and tradition regarding modern medical dilemmas. Brooklyn, New York, Shaar Press Publication, 1996. Octavo, blue cloth with gold lettering, 130, 55 pp.
David Maimonides had been the breadwinner of the extended family. Octavo, paper covers, 188 pp. For further information about Nishmat's other programs, visit. In 1997, Nishmat established the Keren Ariel Women's Halachic Institute to train Yoatzot Halacha, Women Halachic Consultants, under the direction of Rabbi Yaacov Varhaftig, Dean of the Institute, and Rabbi Yehuda Herzl Henkin. The set, edited primarily by Fred Rosner, made all of Maimonides known medical works in English translation.