Monday, October 7th, 2024 from 8:00am - 5:00pm ET
Tuesday, October 8th, 2024 from 8:00am - 5:00pm ET
Wednesday, October 9th, 2024 from 8:00am - 4:00pm ET
Thursday, October 10th, 2024 from 8:00am - 1:00pm ET
Registration: $1800 per person
*All presentations must be attended to receive credit
2024 Schedule to Come!
Virtual Training Course Description:
MORE INFORMATION TO COME!
The course this year will be a HYBRID, in-person and simultaneous live online, program and will feature foundational learning opportunities on investigation of drug and toxin caused and related death, including the role of the toxicology laboratory in death investigation, best practices in collaboration between the Forensic Pathologist and Toxicologist, and review of the pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenetics, drug-drug interactions as they pertain to post-mortem toxicology. Toxicology sampling, testing, scope and limitations related to post-mortem cause and manner of death determinations will be discussed.
The Online Version will feature a live, simultaneous broadcast of the presentations from the podium at the Mutter Museum, with the opportunity for virtual interaction with on-site attendees and faculty through a Q&A window and chat feature. This mode is best suited to participants who are unable to travel to in-person meetings or attendees over the allowable capacity of the conference room.
CFSRE offers this training opportunity only one time per year. The 2024 Postmortem Toxicology Training, with its world-leading experts and expertise, should not be missed! We look forward to your registration and attendance.
DETAILED LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
- The participants will be able to describe the complexities posed by drug-related deaths from the perspective of a Forensic Pathologist, Forensic Toxicologists, and a certified medicolegal death investigator.
- The participants will be able to apply their understanding of the interrelatedness, dependencies, and level of collaboration and communication that must be present for the Forensic Pathologist to reach accurate cause and manner of death findings.
- The Forensic Fellows and participants will be able to incorporate their understanding of analytical toxicology, pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenomics and Drug-Drug Interaction, into their practice, with incoporating the scope, type, and level of forensic toxicology required in their medicolegal death investigations.
Click the Enroll button below to register for the PM Tox for Forensic Pathology Fellows and Toxicologists Training course!