For the past 20 years, every student in Hadassah’s medical school has participated in a two-week trauma course after finishing his sixth year; as a result, there are almost 3,000 Hadassah graduates practicing medicine around the world who have been trained to treat blast trauma victims and handle triage during a mass casualty event.
Under the auspices of actress and international celebrity Sharon Stone, Hadassah Germany held its major fundraising gala DINNER & DANCE FOR HEALTH & PEACE on October 19th, 2013.
Hadassah Australia recently conducted a comprehensive week of events in conjunction with the visit to Australia of Dr Osnat Levtzion-Korach, the dynamic CEO of Hadassah’s Mt Scopus campus. Together with her husband, Dr Amit Korach, Osnat was the featured guest and keynote speaker at a series of functions in Melbourne and Sydney.
Hadassah France hosted its gala evenings on the 6th and 7th of October in Nice and Paris, respectively, at the Plaza Hotel and the prestigious Salle Gaveau to benefit Research on Cancer and Neurodegenerative Diseases at the Hadassah Medical Center.
“How to Build Bridges between Israel and Palestine through Medicine and Health”. Hadassah Australia hostes a special event in support of Project Rozana.
Hadassah Australia recently held an event to mark the exciting collaboration between Jerusalem’s Hadassah University Hospital and Australia’s Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI).
“MEDICINE is a bridge to peace,” is how a senior Israeli doctor and hospital executive summarized the thinking behind Hadassah Medical Centre’s outreach to Palestinians in need of high-level medical care.
A first in Israel offers hope for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Researchers at Hadassah have demonstrated that they are able to stop the progression of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
As part of the October global campaign to raise awareness of Breast Cancer, the Hadassah Medical Center organized a seminar called "Everything you wanted to know about breast cancer but never dared to ask".
“I am alive today because the doctors at Hadassah are not constrained by the traditional paradigm of medical practice or typical treatment modalities,” says Michael Weiss, who was recently a very ill patient at the Hadassah Medical Center. Read about his experience and his admiration for Hadassah’s physicians.