Specialized Forensic Toxicology, Pathology and Certification of Drug Related Death for Forensic Pathologists: 2021


Module III:

When: December 1st – 2nd: 12:00pm – 4:00pm each day (EST)

Level: Expert level detail for individuals familiar with death investigation practices for professionals involved in complex medicolegal investigation of drug caused and related death

Target audience: Forensic pathologists, medical examiners, coroners, medicolegal death investigators, forensic toxicologists, forensic pathology fellows and residents.

Content: This is an advanced course designed specifically for forensic pathologists and toxicologists with moderate to extensive experience in medicolegal death investigation casework. It is recommended that Module II “The Evaluation and Certification of Drug Caused and Related Deaths for Forensic Pathologists, Toxicologists and Death Investigators” be completed prior to taking this course (see above). The main topics covered will include expert level review of the current analytical approaches and workflows employed in the postmortem laboratory such as immunoassay and mass spectrometry, and interpretation of toxicology results for specialized circumstances to include drug-delivery-resulting-in-death (“but-for”), drug use with restraint, hospital, and pediatric and palliative care deaths, exhumations, US Drug early warning systems, and other emergent topics.


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*Due to high demand, we are currently limiting the remaining registered seats to individuals practicing within the USA. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause. We are pleased to announce however that this course will be offered again in early 2022 and additional seats will be available to our worldwide audience. Thank you for your support with this event, we have been thrilled by the registration numbers and attendance thus far!


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You must register for each of the three modules individually.

You can find the other 2 modules below in the Related Courses section.