Overview

This event is now fully booked

To be held in Westminster, London.

A course delivered by The Royal College of Pathologists.

This is an information-sharing session aimed at Medical Directors and those responsible for implementing the medical examiner system in acute trusts, Coroners, members of patient groups and faith communities. It is not a training session for existing or new medical examiners.

This event, aimed at all interested parties, is the fourth of a series to support the introduction of medical examiners. Although there will inevitably be some overlap of content with the previous events, there will be significant new material.

Confirmed speakers include:

Dr Alan Fletcher, National Medical Examiner

Mr Jeremy Mean, Deputy Director, Health Ethics, DHSC and Programme Director for the introduction of Medical Examiners

Mr Derek Winter DL, Deputy Chief Coroner, HM Senior Coroner for the City of Sunderland

The event will cover the following:

  • Update on implementation of the Medical Examiner system
  • Role of the National Medical Examiner
  • Appointment and role of Regional Medical Examiners
  • Working with the Coroner
  • Update on funding
  • The digital solution
  • Next phase – extending the service to cover all deaths

A detailed programme will be circulated to registered delegates approximately one week before the event, along with details of the venue, which will be in central London. The event will run from 9.30am (registration for a 10am start) to 4.30pm.

Please contact Natoya Sylva with any booking queries: meetings@rcpath.org 

Location
Westminster,  London