This meeting provides an opportunity for medics to gain a deeper understanding of the science of firearms, armour and ballistic wounding.
During this session you will:
- Learn how to interpret and predict wounding severity using a knowledge of bullet and firearm design
- Understand how to avoid corrupting physical evidence gained in clinical treatment during forensic investigations
- Gain more expert advice to NHS Trusts/chain of command on response to, and planning for firearm incidents
This is a lecture based program with experts from Defence and Home Office scientific agencies, arms industry and medics from the Met Specialist Firearms Command and Defence.
Speakers include Martin Parker, Lead Forensic Scientist for the National Ballistics Intelligence Service, Dr Eluned Lewis, Senior Fellow of the Defence Equipment and Support Agency, Matthew Moss, Armaments Industry Journalist and Lt Col Graham Lawton, Consultant Plastic, Hand & Reconstructive Surgeon Imperial College NHS Trust and RAMC.
Military, civilian and police medics will find this meeting particularly insightful. This meeting has CPD accreditation.
There is a limited number of places available for this in-person event. You can now live stream this meeting from anywhere. Click here to book the live stream.
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