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My paper entitled “Dehumanization in the Treatment of Elderly Holocaust Survivors and Other Elderly Persons with Histories of Prior Traumatization” is now available online

Issue 8: Spring 2018 of the online journal published by the Claims Conference for those who work or live with Holocaust survivors is now available online. To go to the issue, you can click on  this link. The issue includes a paper I wrote on “Dehumanization in the Treatment of Elderly Holocaust Survivors and Other Elderly Persons with Histories of… READ MORE>>

Workshop on “Working with Traumatized Clients”, Dec. 14/2017 in NYC

On Thursday December 14, I will present a talk at a one-day event organized by ESCOTA, the Ease Side Council of the Aging, which is a voluntary not-for profit interagency interdisciplinary organization for professionals working in the field of aging. For more information about ESCOTA, see their webpage. The talk will address unique issues that elderly adults who have suffered… READ MORE>>

Video of Panel Discussion on Lessons from the “Doctors Trial” and Ramifications for Medicine Today Are Now Available on My YouTube Channel

The video-recordings of the panel discussion “70 Years After Nuremberg: What Have We Learned?” are now available online on  my Youtube channel. The event took place on November 9, the anniversary of Kristallnacht, at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City. There are three segments of the discussion that can be viewed. My personal comments about the lessons… READ MORE>>

Thoughts About My Participation in Panel on “Medicine After the Holocaust”, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Nov. 9/2017

On Thursday November 9th, the 79th Yahrzeit of Kristalnacht, I had the honor of participating in a panel discussion addressing lessons that can be drawn from the Holocaust which might be relevant to healthcare today. The discussion emanated from the well-known and horrifying facts about the active role of healthcare professionals, especially physicians and nurses, in the Nazi murder of… READ MORE>>

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