PUAH’s annual conference in Jerusalem, which took place Tuesday, June 6, drew close to 1,100 participants. The conference, intended as an educational event for women who work in fields related to PUAH’s scope of activities, attracted doctors, nurses, midwives, mikvah attendants, bodkot taharah and more.
PUAH’s founder, Rav Menachem Burstein, commented on the conference’s resounding success, saying, “We at PUAH view it as our mission and special zechut to educate the public about the newest medical and halachic findings in the fields of gynecology, fertility, genetics, obstetrics and taharat hamishpacha.
“We do everything possible to assist the broader public in these areas, and part of that is ensuring that the latest research gets publicized among those who serve in positions to help. That is our primary purpose in running these conferences. From the large and heart-warming response we received from those who attended, we are gratified to know that all of our efforts were worth it.”