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|Timings||Join us 4-5pm or watch on demand|
|CPD||1 CPD point, subject to peer group approval|
This webinar will give psychiatrists an insight into:
- The origins of today’s UK Jewish community, including the major immigration c.1880-1914; refugees from the Nazis; and more recently
- Jewish involvement in psychiatry, particularly the work of refugees who came to the UK in the 1930s
- Identity and diversity in the UK Jewish community
We will not be focusing on Jewish religious practice, information about which is more readily available.
- Claire Hilton (Historian in residence, RCPsych) - Jewish identity and Prescot St E1 – From the 1911 Census to the Royal College of Psychiatrists
- David Luck (Archivist, Bethlem Museum of the Mind) - Three Jewish refugees from Nazi Europe: their identities and their contributions at the Maudsley Hospital and to UK psychiatry
- Igor Zinkov (Rabbi, Liberal Jewish Synagogue, London) - Jewish identities in the UK today
Questions can either be submitted using the Q&A function during the webinar, or you can email them in advance to email@example.com.