Bulletin references April 2022

A full list of references for the April Bulletin is available here.

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Fatal call: getting away with murder 

  1. Forensic Science Regulator. A Study Into Decision Making At The Initial Scene Of Unexpected Death. Available at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/484298/Report_into_the_2012_FSR_FP_Audit_Publication_copy_pdf.pdf 
  2. Jones D. Fatal Call: Getting Away with Murder. A Study into Influences on Decision Making at the Initial Scene of Unexpected Death. University of Portsmouth. Available at: https://researchportal.port.ac.uk/portal/en/theses/fatal-call--getting-away-with-murder(d911623a-4009-4a5c-bba1-5827fdf25798).html 
  3. Furness P. The coroner’s autopsy: do we deserve better. London: NCEPOD, 2006. 
  4. Broderick, N. (1971). Committee on Death Certification and Coroners. National Archives downloaded from http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C9239 
  5. Hutton, P. A review of forensic pathology services in England and Wales. London, UK: Home Office, 2015. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/review-of-forensic-pathology-in-england-and-wales
  6. Jones D. The relationship between homicide rates and forensic post mortem examinations in England and Wales. J Homicide Major Incident Investigation 2014;9:2.  
  7. College of Policing. Practice Advice: Dealing with Sudden and Unexpected Death. Available at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/922344/Dealing_with_sudden_unexpected_death.pdf 
  8. College of Policing. The Medical Investigation of Suspected Homicide. Available at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/922345/The_medical_investigation_of_suspected_homicide.pdf 
  9. Findley KA and Scott MS. The multiple dimensions of tunnel vision in criminal cases. Wisconsin Law Review 2006:2. 
  10. Findley KA. Tunnel Vision – Legal Studies Research Paper Series No. 1116. Madison, USA: University of Wisconsin Law School, 2009. 
  11. Rossmo DK. Criminal Investigative Failures: Avoiding the Pitfalls. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 2006:75;1–8. 
  12. Salet R and Terpstra J. Critical review in criminal investigation: Evaluation of a measure to prevent tunnel vision. Policing 2004:8;43–50. 
  13. Price HL and Dahl LC. Order and strength matter for evaluation of alibi and eyewitness evidence. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2014:28;143–150. 

Investigating fatal anaphylaxis 

  1. Turner PJ, Gowland MH, Sharma V, Ierodiakonou D, Harper N, Garcez T et al. Increase in anaphylaxis-related hospitalizations but no increase in fatalities: an analysis of United Kingdom national anaphylaxis data, 1992-2012. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2015;135:956−963. 
  2. BBC News. Pret allergy death: Parents welcome Natasha's allergy law. Published 1 October 2021. Available at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-58756597 

Improving anaesthetic care through collaboration: the Anaesthetic Allergy Working Party 

  1. Harper NJN, Cook TM, Garcez T, Farmer L, Floss K, Marinho S et al. Anaesthesia, surgery, and life-threatening allergic reactions: epidemiology and clinical features of perioperative anaphylaxis in the 6th National Audit Project (NAP6). Br J Anaesth 2018;121:159−171. 
  2. Royal College of Anaesthetists. Guidelines for Provision of Anaesthetic Services. Available at: https://rcoa.ac.uk/safety-standards-quality/guidance-resources/guidelines-provision-anaesthetic-services  
  3. Savic LC, Garcez T, Hopkins PM, Harper NJN, Savic S. Teicoplanin allergy − an emerging problem in the anaesthetic allergy clinic. Br J Anaesth 2015;115:595−600. 
  4. Royal College of Anaesthetists. Training Curriculum 2021. Available at: https://rcoa.ac.uk/documents/2021-curriculum-learning-syllabus-stage-1/general-anaesthesia

Medical microbiology and medical virology: ever-evolving specialties 

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Improving care following sudden infant death and sudden unexplained death in childhood through collaborative learning 

  1. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. NICE guideline NG194: Postnatal care. Available online at: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng194/evidence/n-cosleeping-risk-factors-pdf-326764485978 
  2. The Royal College of Pathologists. Guidelines on Autopsy Practice. Scenario 8: Sudden unexpected deaths in infancy (SUDI). Available online at: https://www.rcpath.org/uploads/assets/b580c19a-ab50-4bc9-abc08a8153e7326c/8-SUDI-Jan05-AR.pdf 

The key role of veterinary pathology in public health 

  1. Wells GA, Scott AC, Johnson CT, Gunning RF, Hancock RD, Jeffrey M et al. A novel progressive spongiform encephalopathy in cattle. Vet Rec 1987;121:419–420. 

Not another article about wellbeing and mental health 

  1. General Medical Council. National Training Survey 2021 Results. Available at https://www.gmc-uk.org/-/media/documents/national-training-survey-results-2021---summary-report_pdf-87050829.pdf 
  2. NHS Employers. Mental Health in the Workplace. Available at: https://www.nhsemployers.org/articles/mental-health-workplace 
  3. Health Education England. Mental Wellbeing Report. Available at: https://www.hee.nhs.uk/our-work/mental-wellbeing-report 
  4. Gerada C. A problem shared. BMJ 2021;373:n1074. 


  1. GIRFT national report for pathology. Available at: https://www.rcpath.org/uploads/assets/171f0ed0-ec20-4c93-b399d8518ee55641/Pathology-GIRFT-Programme-National-Specialty-Report-Sept-2021.pdf 
  2. ang T, Croal B. National minimum retesting intervals in pathology. London, UK: Royal College of Pathologists, 2021. Available at: www.rcpath.org/uploads/assets/g147_national-minimum_retesting_intervals_in_pathology.pdf 
  3. GIRFT. Pathology. Available at: www.gettingitrightfirsttime.co.uk/clinical-work-stream/pathology/ 

Inspire to aspire: an international medical student perspective on pathology 

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  2. Li YQ, Khin NS, Chua MLK. The evolution of Epstein-Barr virus detection in nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Cancer Bio Med 2018;15:1–5.  
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Exploring the Royal College of Physicians’ medicinal garden 

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  5. WHO. Opioid Overdose. Available at: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/opioid-overdose

What’s new in Foundation? 

  1. NHS Education England. Longitudinal Integrated Foundation Training (LIFT). Available at: https://www.nwpgmd.nhs.uk/foundation/LIFT 

Medical student placements in pathology departments: the Swansea University experience 

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Wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis 

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  3. Jiang NN, Wen LP, Li H, Yin J. A new diagnostic criteria of wheat-dependent, exercise-induced anaphylaxis in China. Chin Med J (Engl) 2018;131:2049–2054. 
  4. Wong GKY, Huissoon AP, Goddard S, Collins DM, Krishna MT. Wheat dependent exercise induced anaphylaxis: is this an appropriate terminology? J Clin Pathol 2010;63:814–817. 
  5. Kennard L, Thomas I, Rutkowski K, Azzu V, Yong PFK, Kasternow B et al. A multicenter evaluation of diagnosis and management of omega-5 gliadin allergy (also known as wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis) in 132 adults. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract 2018;6:1892–1897. 
  6. Matsuo H, Morimoto K, Akaki T, Kaneko S, Kusatake K, Kuroda T et al. Exercise and aspirin increase levels of circulating gliadin peptides in patients with wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis. Clin Exp Allergy 2005;35:461–466. 
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The Uk's contribution to the diagnosis and management of antibody deficiency

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