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Dead men don’t talk - forensic pathology help or hindrance

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.

 

dead men don’t talk - forensic pathology help or hindrance

Date

Saturday 20 January 2018

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE 
Organised by

Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section, BAFS

Accreditation

6 CPD Points

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about this event

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.

prices 

Early bird rates

RSM/ BAFS members: £35 - £100
Non members: £40 - £140

Standard rates from Friday 22nd December 2017

RSM/ BAFS members: £50 - £150
Non members: £60 - £200

speakers include

  • Professor Peter Vanezis, Professor of Forensic Medical Sciences Director and Cameron Forensic Medical Sciences
  • Mr Richard Shepherd, Forensic Pathologist, Cheshire
  • Mr David Hemmings, Senior Coroner, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough 
  • Professor Ian Roberts, CT Post-mortem, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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