Hugh Oldham Teatime Lecture - Akiva Tatz

Rabbi Dr Akiva Tatz is a South African born physician, author and lecturer.  He studied medicine in Johannesburg with elective work at Washington University in St Louis and graduated with distinction in surgery. He spent a number of years concurrently practicing medicine and engaging in Talmudic study in Israel. His Jerusalem Medical Ethics Forum teaches and promotes knowledge of Jewish medical ethics internationally. He has written a number of books on the subjects of Jewish philosophy and Jewish Medical Ethics, which have been translated into many languages.  He currently teaches at the Jewish Learning Exchange in London and also internationally.

His talk is entitled: Separating Siamese Twins: Life and Death in Jewish Law

Thursday 7 November 2019, 4:00pm (refreshments will be served from 3:45pm)
MGS Theatre
Admission free

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Venue
The MGS Theatre
Old Hall Lane
Manchester
M13 0XT