A forensics course for the whole dental team promises to enlighten dental professionals on all aspects of this area of dentistry.
From court presentations to bite marks and spotting child abuse, Dr Freddie Martin will be talking forensics on Saturday 14 August in Euston, London.
The course carries seven CPD points and will investigate many aspects of forensic dentistry, including:
• Its functions, developing into identification and bite marks, covering ageing, sexing, charting problems for the dental team illustrated with a few case studies
• Bite marks, illustrated with cases with a talk about court presentation and the associated problems
• Child abuse and the dental team. How to manage a patient if you spot abuse of any kind.
• Mortuary experiences
Freddie Martin (above) is a past president of the British Association for Forensic Odontology, a member of numerous forensic associations and lectures on forensic odontology to several academic institutions.
He has been involved in much case work over the years, and mass disasters including the tsunami and the London bombs, the Malawi air crash, the Farnborough air crash and the Ecuador bus crash.
For more details, or to book you and your team on this seminar, call Kelly or Michelle on 020 7183 2127 or you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost is £95 per person and includes a full-day lecture, lunch and seven CPD points.
It takes place at Quantum House, 66 Churchway in Euston, London.
For an in-depth look at Freddie’s work, click here.