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Keynote sessionS

Wish to gain a unique perspective or understand a topic from those experienced in that field of work, look no further. Ethos 5.0 brings you an array of distinguished speakers from various streams of healthcare and research, who will be imparting their experiences in these keynotes. These interesting sessions will bring forth advancements of those field and tackle the problems that lay ahead of us. You will have an opportunity to clarify your questions with the speaker as well!

1. Preventive Medicine: Challenges in the Road            Ahead 


Prof. (Dr.) Russell D'Souza 

Head, Asia Pacific Division,

International Chair In Bioethics

(Formerly UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, Haifa

2. Medicine and Mortality Lesson from COVID-19


Prof. Stacy Gallin

Founding Director, Maimonides Institute for Medicine, Ethics and the Holocaust

3. Biopsychosocial Model in Patient Care a fresh        Perspective 


Prof. (Dr.) Joseph Thornton

Clinical Associate Professor,

Department of Psychiatry,

University of Florida College of Medicine

4. Medicine, Nazism and the Holocaust 


Dr. Sabine Hildebrandt 

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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