Rabbi Dr Akiva Tatz is honored to be speaking at CHEMED’s upcoming 4th Annual Conference on Medicine and Ethics on Presidents day weekend this year (February 17-20, 2021). This annual conference features outstanding lectures on fascinating and cutting-edge medical topics, as well as modern medical ethics dilemmas. Like-minded networking, excellent food, and the opportunity to earn CME credits combine to make this a rejuvenating weekend you don’t want to miss. For a limited time, you can sign up using the code Tatz22 to receive 10% off. (This offer expires January 31st.)
CHEMED is monitoring the current situation closely and the safety of their guests is their number 1 priority. They have a strict vaccination policy (see website for details), and are very hopeful that they will indeed be able to pull off the in-person event this year. They are constantly re-assessing the situation and will re-evaluate as necessary. Should the event be canceled, a full refund will be provided.
Limited rooms are available at this reduced rate! To register and for more details go to https://medicineandethics.org.