The last programme for the 2016 - 2017 academic year will be available shortly.
The Section has ran three meetings so far this year: Suicides in custody and the Harris review - lessons learnt, Dilemmas, date rape and death: An introduction to forensic medicine for students and trainees and A multidisciplinary view of current clinical issues: Mandatory reporting of FGM and forensic sampling.
About this section
To advance the knowledge and practice of clinical forensic and legal medicine.
Forensic medical examiners, forensic physicians, forensic medical officers, coroners, judges, toxicologists barristers, lawyers, medical expert witnesses, medico-legal personnel, secretariat of defence/protection organisations, and forensic pathologists, procurators, fiscal and members of the legal profession e.g. judges, barristers, lawyers, medical defence organisations and medical examine.
The Section has a varied and active council which includes trainees and students. Council meets 3 times a year and all are expected to contribute to meeting organisation and to the promotion of Clinical Forensic and Legal Medicine.
Friday 16 June 2017, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
This meeting will provide updates on novel psychoactive substances, commonly known as legal highs.
Day | Registration: 09:00 | Organised by: Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section |
Region: London | Accreditation: 5 CPD Points Find out more
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Frances Cranfield gives her advice on filling out death certificates.
26 minutes | Organised by: Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture
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