Organ Transplants in Jewish Law
with Rabbi Yehuda Pink MSc

On 20th May 2020, 'Max and Keira's Law' will go into affect and all adults in England will be considered to have agreed to donate their organs after death unless specifically opting out.

What does this mean for Jewish people? 

How does this law affect the Jewish community? What is the Jewish view on organ transplants?

Does Jewish law allow the donation of organs, either from a live donor or one who is deceased?

Should Jewish law actively encourage or even morally compel one to donate?

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Wednesday 13th May, 8.30pm on Zoom
PMI: 771-924-9755 ~ Password: leeds

For more details or to submit a question, call Rabbi Eli on 07875 320 344 or email [email protected]

Rabbi Yehuda Pink, minister of the Solihull Hebrew Congregation, is the Jewish Chaplain to the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust. He lectures on Jewish Medical Ethics nationally and internationally and is the founder of the West Midlands Jewish Medical Ethics Forum and the Solihull Jewish Business Ethics Forum. Rabbi Pink has been awarded a MSc in Health Care Ethics and Law from the University of Birmingham.