This symposium aims to provide guidance to pathologists dealing with non-forensic and Coroner’s post-mortem examinations. It presents a platform for pathologists to familiarise themselves with recent published guidelines as well as to providing a rare opportunity to discuss challenging cases with experts and guideline authors.
09:30 Registration
09:55 Welcome - Dr Rachael Liebmann, RCPath Vice President for Communications
10:00 Chairman’s introduction -  Dr Michael Osborn
10:10 Technical approach and investigation of suspected cardiac deaths - Professor Mary Sheppard/Professor Kim Suvarna
10:35 Q & A session
10:45 Infection precautions - Professor Sebastian Lucas
11:10 Q & A session
11:20 Coffee
11:35 Best autopsy practice in industrial lung disease settings - Dr Richard Attanoos
12.00 Q & A session
12:10 Technical approach and investigation of suspected acute anaphylaxis deaths - Dr Dominic Chambers/Dr John du Parcq
12:35 Q & A session
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Diagnosis of drowning in autopsy practice - Dr Stuart Hamilton/Dr Max Whibley
14.10 Q & A session
14.20 Non-suspicious drugs and poisoning related autopsies - Dr Stephen Morley/Dr Mark Howard
14.45 Q & A session
14.55 Discussion panel – Authors
HTA will be available and happy to answer any questions relating to the new PM scenarios and any other issues during the Q&A sessions and breaks.
16.00 Close
Registration fees

Online rates

Members: £194.00

Concessions: £104.00

Non RCPath Members: £270.00

Offline rates (payments via cheque/invoice or on the day payments

Members £229   

Concessions £136 

Non-members £300


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