Forensic Medical Assessment & Treatment of Non-Fatal Strangulation and Suffocation
This face to face training day provides an an opportunity for networking, in-person support and discussion about service delivery including perspectives from other experts working in the area of non-fatal strangulation.
The patient (complainant) journey - police perspective
Service delivery and the accreditation process
Clinical skills practice
Service provision in the family harm space
Where does “rough sex” fit in?
Reflections on a challenging case
Does a picture tell a thousand words?
Providing good expert testimony - a judge's perspective
Pharyngolaryngeal considerations – an ENT perspective
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The one-day course is offered twice a year (usually around March and August). Presently this course is by invitation only. Contact email@example.com to express your interest.