Thursday, December 19, 2013
Hadassah Nurse Follows Disasters
Ruven Gelfond has changed surgical nails into complex screws and converted regular equipment into tools for eye surgery. Most recently, he was in the Philippines.
Connecticut Delegation Visits Hadassah Medical Organization
Look at us now: Jerusalem Post Mentions Hadassah for Recent Medical Achievements
Hadassah Graduate Designs Programs That Decrease Death from HIV/AIDS and TB
Benson Ulo, a 2003 graduate of the International Masters of Public Health Program at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine, applauds his education for providing him with a "flexible think tank," where students are equipped to shape public health care worldwide.
Hadassah Graduate Describes Rescue Mission Following Nairobi Terrorist Attack
Kioko Kiilu, a 2007 graduate of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine, now Emergency Health Manager for the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS), was a first responder when the Israeli-owned Westgate Mall in Nairobi was attacked by a group of terrorists.
Hadassah's Hospitals an Example of Great Customer Service
Thirteen-year-old Adin had open-heart surgery at Hadassah 's hospital in Ein Kerem to replace his pulmonary valve. Read an excerpt from his grandmother's description of the family's quality experience.
Apply for the 'Leader of Tomorrow' Award
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The Global News Service of the Jewish People
Op-Ed: Stop the dishonest academic boycott
Be fair-minded and look behind the hypocritical rhetoric, the American Jewish Committee's director of publications urges American professors.
Op-Ed: How Jerusalem can help finance U.S. Jewish day school education
How can economically strong Israel pitch in for U.S. families paying for Jewish education? A Covenant Award-winning educator counts the ways.
Israeli-American nabbed in Taliban weapons sting gets 25-year jail term
An Israeli-American man caught in a sting operation trying to sell weapons to Taliban terrorists was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
German town council strips Hitler of honorary citizenship
A town council in the German state of Bavaria voted to strip Adolf Hitler of his honorary citizenship.
Natan co-founder convicted of insider trading
Michael Steinberg, a founder of Natan, a Jewish philanthropic network for young professionals, was convicted of insider trading by a federal jury.
Alvin Goldstein, Jewish porn king, dies at 77
Alvin Goldstein, a pioneering pornographer who published Screw magazine and spent decades dodging obscenity convictions, has died.
Britain's chief rabbi calls for ban on partnership minyans
British Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis called on Orthodox synagogues to ban partnership minyan services, where women can lead services and read from the Torah.
Israeli military preparing for Christmas in Bethlehem
Israeli security personnel will be increased at crossings near Bethlehem to allow pilgrims and tourists comfortable access to the city, the Israel Defense Forces said.
Santa, the Easter bunny and raising a Jewish child
With divorce muddling the prenuptial plans on child raising and holidays, a Jewish mom has some decisions to make.