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Webinars

The FFLM has successfully provided a number of webinars on common topics in forensic and legal medicine over the past years. A new series (the third series) of five webinars is being given by experts in the field until mid-October 2017. These webinars are designed for doctors, nurses and paramedics working in the above fields and will make ideal preparation for the LFFLM, MFFLM or just help meet your CPD requirements in forensic medicine.

A webinar is a live interactive web based seminar, accessed via an internet connected device with audio e.g. iPad, smartphone, laptop or desktop computer. By taking part in an online webinar, you have a ‘front row seat’ at the virtual meeting, save time and money and reduce your carbon footprint. All webinars will be held between 20:00 – 21:00 on a weekday evening and if you are unable to watch the live webinar you will be able to access the recorded content for up to one year.

The Third Series of programmes is as follows:

Week Webinars Presenter Date
1 Preparing for and Writing a Witness Statement Dr Bernadette Butler and Dr Nicholas Swift Monday 31 July 2017
2 Drug Facilitated Crime and Forensic Science Fiona Perry and Mary Newton Tuesday 08 August 2017
3 Child Safeguarding: the Children & Social Work Act 2017 Dr Peter Green Tuesday 22 August 2017
4 Non-Fatal Strangulation Dr Cath White Monday 04 September 2017
5 Automatism Prof Keith Rix and Dr Nicholas Swift Monday 16 October 2017

Please remember to register for a live webinar by the Friday preceding the live talk. Once registered for the webinar you will be emailed a unique set of log in details, which explain step by step how to attend the webinar. If you cannot make the live webinar, as long as you have registered, you will receive an email a few days after the training with a link to access the recording at your leisure. CPD certificates will be available for all live and recorded webinars.

Please note all webinars can be booked retrospectively.

Click here to book and pay for any of the Third Series

 

Previous series

Please note that the webinars from our first series and second series are still available to view. For more information, please click the links below:

First Series 

Second Series