This Sunday there will be a panel discussion titled “The Intersection of Religion and Health Care” at Spertus Institute in Chicago. Some info from the website:
When we need to grapple with significant health issues, what shapes our focus and direction? How do we find comfort for ourselves? How can we be most helpful to the sick? How do we navigate the spiritual needs of family members while making the right medical decisions for ailing loved ones? What role does religion play in our answers to these questions? What roles do doctors and other medical caregivers play? Join Dr. James A. Tulsky, Rabbi Amy Eilberg, and Rabbi Dr. Eleanor Smith as they present their perspectives on how science and faith interact when we face challenging medical circumstances.
It should be pretty interesting. Sunday, June 26th, 2pm. 610 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL. $18 for general public and $8 for students.
To visit Spertus’ website for more information, click here.