Fall 2010

BEIT NATAN hosts

BEIT NATAN HOSTS "HEALTHY MOM - HEALTHY FAMILY"

a Women's Health Day Event, October 27th, at the National Convention Center in conjunction with the Susan G. Komen Israel Race for the Cure.
As part of the special activities being sponsored by the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Jerusalem at the end of October, Beit Natan is organizing a large educational and social event for some 2000 women. Especially for the occasion, the Haredi Jewish Weekly magazine, "Mishpacha", is publishing a special Health Supplement (25,000 copies!) which will feature articles on general good health habits, Early Detection of Breast Cancer and much more. The Health Day itself will combine health booths, special exercise classes, laughter workshops and medical lectures that will tell women how being healthy can be a fun and enjoyable part of one's daily life. Come join us for the day, from 10.00 a.m.- 8.00 p.m, Wednesday, October 27th, 2010. Entrance includes one free ticket - a chance to win a prize in the "CHINESE AUCTION" to be held at the end of the evening after an inspiring shiur by renowned lecturer, Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi !!

 

Healing and Halacha - Rabbinic Conference on Women's Health and Breast Cancer

Healing and Halacha - Rabbinic Conference on Women's Health and Breast Cancer

Beit Natan, in conjunction with the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, is organizing a two day Rabbinic conference on Dinei Nashim vRefuah together with the Dr. Falk Schlesinger Institute for Medical-Halachic Research and the Noga Clinic at Shaarei Zedek Medical Center on October 25th and 26th, 2010.
This ground-breaking event will give leading Rabbis in Israel the opportunity to discuss and formulate halachic responsa to the genetic factors (BRCA1, BRCA2) influencing women's cancers as well as other related issues. In addition a book of responsa and articles will be published on the subject of Dinei Nashim vRefuah.

New Support Programs

New Support Programs beginning after the High Holidays

All of Beit Natan's patients, new and old, can't wait to get back to the new support groups and workshops planned for the Autumn/Winter session. Check out the "Current Schedule" on the Website to see the exact dates and times.

 Community Health Activist Program

Community Health Activist Program (CHAP)

Breast Cancer CBE Female Physicians Training Continues
Beit Natan's breast health education outreach continues to increase the opportunity for women to be checked by our specially trained female physicians. A new training program, in coordination with the Meuchedet and Leumit Health Funds will be held this November. The project is directed by Mrs. Aviva Yoselis, a women's health specialist with a Masters in Public Health. A concluding conference of the three year project seeks to publicize and promote changes in the Health system regarding the usage of CBE as an accessible public screening method.  CHAP is funded by "Healing Across the Divides" and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.