Outlining the latest thinking on the riggers required for any work stream within the NHS, which has the potential to end up in the courtroom. This event will be of relevance to any healthcare practitioners working in secure environments, custody, acute trusts, community trusts, primary care and the voluntary sector.
Registration – online registration is now available via the website.
Provisional programme – a copy of the programme is now available on website to view.
Call for posters – we will welcome any posters of good practice which can be displayed throughout the event. To submit an abstract, please go to our website.
This full day meeting (CPD accredited) is divided into three sessions – The Law, Science & Medicine with eminent speakers contributing their internationally recognised expertise to these topics. Part of a series of annual meetings on the theme of Science and Justice, originally initiated to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of Sir Thomas Stevenson, the first official Home Office analyst.
To book and download the programme, visit www.bafs.org.uk/index.php/events/upcoming-events/science-and-the-courts-identity-nationality-health-and-the-law
The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences is delighted that this year they are the official partner of Forensics Europe Expo. Further information on the event can be found on the dedicated website.
Registration – online registration is now available via the website. Early bird prices are only available until 31 March 2015 so book now before prices increase.
Programme – a copy of the programme is now available on the website to view.
Call for abstracts – We are currently seeking oral and poster presentations for our fire investigation programme and would be interested in offers within the following areas:
Abstracts should be made via the website. Closing date is 27 March 2015.
Call for abstracts – We welcome abstract submissions covering the many varying disciplines of forensic science, and research and development within those disciplines. For example this includes, but is not limited to, evaluation and interpretation, trace evidence, DNA, fingerprints, cyber forensics and anti-terrorism. We are specifically interested in accepting case studies, which can act as model examples of where issues were identified and lessons learned, so as to stimulate a series of interactive and enlightening workshops. It would be helpful if case studies and workshops could, within the main theme, cover and reflect topics and issues such as:
Closing date is 30 April 2015. All submissions should be made via the website.