Town Hall for CBST Members via Zoom 11.16.20
CBST Congregation-Wide Town Hall Zoom Gathering for CBST Members
The Members' Town Hall is available via Zoom for CBST members only. Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or you may renew/join CBST online. Members will receive an email with a registration link the day-of.
Topic: "Medical updates in this chapter of COVID-19." Rabbi Kleinbaum will be in conversation with Dr. Nathan Goldstein.
Dr. Goldstein is a Professor in the Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He is a clinician investigator whose work examines patient-physician communication in patients with advanced heart failure–work that is funded by an R01 grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. He is also the Site Chair for the Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel.
Watch our previous Town Hall meetings here:
- Town Hall 1 with Judith Turkel, Esq., and Dr. Nathan Goldstein discussing legal and medical issues.
- Town Hall 2 with Senior Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Executive Director Yolanda Potasinski, and President Gregg H. Passin, discussing CBST during the pandemic.
- Town Hall 3 on "Social Justice in the Age of Covid-19: What Are CBST Social Justice Teams Doing, and How Can You Be Involved?"
- Town Hall 4 with New York City Speaker Corey Johnson on "The State of the City in the Time of Covid-19."
- Town Hall 5 "Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19" with Judy Ribnick and Dr. Diane Burhenne.
- Town Hall 6 "Updates on How CBST is Doing During This Crisis"
- Town Hall 7 “Reopening Schools Safely and Responsibly” with Randi Weingarten
- Town Hall 8 "Medical updates in this chapter of COVID-19." Rabbi Kleinbaum moderates a conversation with Dr. Nathan Goldstein and Dr. Jacqueline Weingarten-Arams.
- Town Hall 9 "How CBST will observe the Yamim Noraim / High Holy Days this year"
- Town Hall 10 "CBST Votes!" Featuring Senior Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum; American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten; Director of Social Justice Programming Rabbi Marisa Elana James; and CBST Votes initiative leaders Sabrina Farber and Harold Levine.