The Forensic Process For Nurses
Date: Monday 6th April, 2020 - Sunday 17th May, 2020
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 8 hour(s)
The course aims to prepare you for the possibility of forensic involvement in animal abuse and welfare cases, across the two main strands of exposure: formal requests for assistance from animal investigative agencies and authorities, and concerns generated during routine working in the practice. This unique interactive course is available for a six-week period, to allow you to complete the material at your own pace. Featuring real-life case examples, you will be given the opportunity to create your own forensic casefile whilst following a welfare investigation from start to finish. Including downloadable forms and templates, high-quality instructive videos, alongside practical guidance for identifying non-accidental injuries, the Forensic Process course is an invaluable aid, which is as engaging as it is informative. The following modules are covered: Welfare Concerns. Forensic Examination. Suffering and Seizure. Forensic Disciplines. Scene Examination. In-Practice Concerns. External Referrals. Assessing Findings (clinical and forensic).
Who is it for?
David Martin BVSc MRCVS. Independent Expert Witness Clinical Director with Brownlow Vet Group. Samantha Pickles PhD MCSFS. Lead Forensic Scientist Head of the Animal Forensics Division at Forensic Access Ltd.
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