More Than 200 at Medical Ethics Conference

More than 200 people attended the OU Department of Community Engagement’s medical ethics conference, “Clinical and Torah Perspectives on Intimacy and Fertility,” co-sponsored by The Puah Institute, which was held April 29 at Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck, NJ.

Rabbi Steven Pruzansky of Bnai Yeshurun said, “We were delighted to host the OU-Machon Puah Conference on Intimacy and Fertility Issues. The presentations were superb and the participants in the sessions were engaged in a very fruitful dialogue. Matters were discussed with great sensitivity and yet great openness, and the community was educated as to the spiritual, physiological, and psychological dimensions — and possibilities — on infertility and intimacy matters.”  See more here.