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Handling Difficult and Disturbing Forensic Cases for Coroners and Medical Examiners

Event Dates
October 17, 2019, 1:00 pm EDT - October 17, 2019, 2:00 pm EDT
Event Duration
1 hour
Location
Online

There are over 2000 medical examiner and coroner offices throughout the United States. All are involved in determining the cause and manner of death and communicating this information to families of the deceased and public health and criminal justice agencies.  The size, structure, and organization of medical examiner and coroner offices vary widely across jurisdictions, from large offices staffed with Board-certified forensic pathologists to small offices run by part-time staff and elected coroners. This webinar is intended for all personnel who have responsibilities for any aspect of death investigation related to medical examiner and coroner offices.

Detailed Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify psychosocial challenges facing medical examiner and coroner personnel
  2. Gain knowledge about links between psychosocial challenges and work stress.
  3. Identify strategies for addressing psychosocial challenges and reducing work stress

Contact Information
If you have questions about this course or difficulty with login or registration, contact the Forensic Science Technology Center of Excellence.

Event Type
Webinar
Event Option(s)
Online, On demand
Host(s)
Forensic Technology Center of Excellence
Registration Dates
September 30, 2019 - October 17, 2019
Registration Status
Open
Eligibility
Free and open to all.
Date Created: October 2, 2019