A commemoration of the Holocaust was held at Thomas Jefferson University on January 27, the anniversary of the day that prisoners were liberated from the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in 1945. The program “Nazi Medicine, the Holocaust, and the Problem of Collective Evil”, featured a presentation by Salvatore Mangione, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College. Mangione discussed why study of the horrors of the Holocaust is especially important for medicine. A recording of the presentation, Group Thinking and the Roots of Collective Evil Implications for Health Care, is available in the Jefferson Digital Commons.
Recommended CitationKipnis, MSI, Daniel G., "Holocaust Remembrance Day Presentation Available in the Jefferson Digital Commons" (2017). Jefferson Digital Commons News. Paper 54.