This day meeting run by the Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section will focus on forensic pathology to discuss and debate whether this is a help or hindrance. Experts within their field will join together to debate the topic.
Are you a mentor to a trainee APT who is either on a registered Level 3 / Level 4 training course?
Are you about to employ a trainee APT and register them for the next training course?
Or do you just want to find out more about the trainee APT training programmes and expectations to enhance your own knowledge for CPD and future reference?
This course is the first of its kind in Scotland and the United Kingdom and it will be available to those embalmers who desire to increase their skill levels in the area of Post Mortem Reconstructive Surgery.
On Friday 20th April 2018, the AAPT will host another training day on issues involving consent.
The event is held in liaison with the Human Tissue Authority (HTA), and AAPT members can register for a discounted fee of £100. Members of the Bereavement Services Association (BSA), Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) and the Royal College of Pathologists are also entitled to the discount if booking before 31st January 2018.
This symposium aims to provide guidance to pathologists dealing with non-forensic and Coroner’s post-mortem examinations