Post mortem CT study day

When: 
Friday 12 June 2020
Venue address: 
The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, LONDON, W1G 0AE
CPD credits: 
5

This one day course will provide an introduction to the fascinating world of forensics and the use of post mortem imaging in suspicious and non suspicious deaths in adults and children.

Talks will include how post mortem imaging can help a forensic pathologist, post mortem CT in non-suspicious death, post mortem coronary angiography experience in setting up a coronial post mortem CT service and post mortem CT in the armed forces.

Meeting organiser: Dr Siobhan McLaughlin, Edinburgh

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Programme

Friday 12 June 2020

Timings

Lecture title

Speaker

09:20           

Registration and coffee

09:50

Introduction

Dr Siobhan McLaughlin, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

10:00 

How post-mortem imaging can help the pathologist

Dr Ralph Bouhaidar, University of Edinburgh 

10:25  

Post-mortem computed tomography (CT) in non-suspicious death
                       

Professor Bruno Morgan, University Hospitals of Leicester  NHS Trust

10:50  

Post-mortem CT coronary angiography

Dr Ruth Machin, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

11:15

Coffee

11:40              
                         

Setting up a coronial post-mortem CT service

Dr Simon Beardsmore, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust   

12:05

Paediatric post-mortem imaging
                       

Dr Owen Arthurs, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

12:30  

Post-mortem CT in the military

Col Iain Gibb, Consultant Radiologist and Defence Consultant Advisor in Radiology

12:55  

Lunch

13:55  

Imaging in mass disasters
                         

Ms Claire Robinson, Advanced Practitioner Forensic Imaging, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust   

14:20

Greek experience of post-mortem CT

Dr Elena Kranioti, University of Edinburgh

14:45              
             

Post-mortem CT in ballistic injuries

Dr Garyfalia Ampanozi, Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Zurich   

15:10  

Tea

15:35  

Pots-mortem CT in suspicious death

Dr Siobhan McLaughlin, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

16:00  

Finding calm in the storm

Dr Belinda Hacking, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

16:25

Meeting close

Please note that this programme is subject to change.

Contact us

For any queries relating to this event please contact

Professional Learning and Development
The Royal College of Radiologists
63 Lincoln's Inn Fields
London
WC2A 3JW

email: conf@rcr.ac.uk

Tel: 020 7406 5942

Booking

Registration fees:

Consultant member:                                         £208
Consultant non-member:                                  £257
Trainee member:                                              £143
Trainee non-member:                                       £188
Retired member:                                               £143
Allied healthcare professionals and nurses:     £143
Lay members, medical students and patients: £143
Industry:                                                            £281

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Venue

Venue information

The Royal Society of Medicine

1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
United Kingdom

Cancellation

Cancellation

Delegates wishing to cancel or transfer a place on a meeting:

  • On or before Tuesday 28 April 2020: Will be entitled to transfer their fee to another meeting within 12 months or a refund minus a £15 administration fee
  • Between Wednesday 29 April 2020 and Thursday 28 May 2020: Will be entitled to transfer their fee to another meeting within 12 months or a refund minus a £25 administration fee
  • On or after Friday 29 May 2020: No transfer or refund permitted