Kavod v'Nichum and Gamliel Institute provide resources, education, and training along the Jewish end-of-life continuum: from visiting the sick and pre-planning, to care for the body after death, to providing comfort to the mourners.
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Duty and Healing: Foundations of a Jewish Bioethic

From the Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care 1997

The Project on Death in America

from an article by William Shawcross, entitled ‘Turning dollars into change’, in Time magazine (Sept 1st ’97)

Help persuade other doctors to change their approach to pain, depression and other death-related issues.

Transforming the Culture of Dying

Soross Foundations Network – Project on Death in America

Conducting research and creating model systems of care that address. The barriers to providing appropriate, compassionate care for the dying.

4th Annual Jewish Medical Ethics Symposium at the University of Illinois-Chicago Hillel 

Sponsored by the Maimonides Institute of Jewish Ethics and the Jewish Medical Student Association, took place September 1, 1999.

Evolution in Jewish medical ethics from rabbinic to modern times

Aging With Dignity

Seeks to safeguard human dignity and to provide more compassionate care for the seriously ill.

Five Wishes provides framework for legal and moral guidance on medical treatment.