“Spending a month in Jerusalem as a participant in the Jewish Medical Ethics Program was honestly one of the most interesting, worthwhile, and fulfilling months of my entire life.  I was raised in a reform American Jewish family.  I felt very little connection to Judaism.  So when I came to Jerusalem, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.  The program was better than anything I could have imagined!  Not only did I learn about Judaism, I learned to appreciate and respect it.  The faculty were excellent. Lectures were informative and thought-provoking.  I left Jerusalem with a true appreciation for Judaism and a sense of spiritual satisfaction that I had never before had.  I would strongly recommend this program to anyone looking to learn more about Judaism and medical ethics.”

Yale University School of Medicine

“The program has made a profound impact on my religious, spiritual, ethical, and professional life that I will never forget.  The physicians, rabbis and tour group leaders were all remarkable people with a message I had sought out for quite some time but only recently found, and that was the importance of maintaining a religious, spiritual, ethical, and professional life simultaneously, where each of these characteristics are being considered continuously as equals, and not dropped handily.”

Michigan State College of Human Medicine