Post-Mortems & Imaging
What Contribution can Imaging Make to General Post Mortems
This study day has been designed to draw on current thinking both nationally and internationally in a bid to better understand advances in the use of radiology in the post-mortem environment of today. Speakers will range from across pathology, radiography and radiology, paediatric and adult backgrounds and will discuss varying aspects of both traditional surgical and new minimally-invasive techniques – outlining the benefits and drawbacks of each in the clinical setting.
Topics to include:
- “Limitations of the traditional post mortem” Dr Aurelie Fabre, Consultant Histopathologist, St Vincent’s University Hospital/Mater Misericordiae Hospital and Dublin Academic Medical Centre
- Key note lecture : “Towards the minimally invasive autopsy” Professor Neil Sebire, Professor of Paediatric and Developmental Pathology, University College London/Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
- “The role of CT and MRI in post-mortem investigations” Dr Owen Arthurs, Consultant Paediatric Radiologist and NIHR Clinician Scientist, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
- “What is the role of the radiographer during post mortem imaging” Mrs Jennifer Grehan, Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging, University College Dublin
- Debate: “This house believes that Imaging does not add enough value to the routine post-mortem”
Any further speakers / topics will be announced via www.ucd.ie/medicine
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Ms Jennifer Grehan
Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging
UCD School of Medicine & Medical Science
3.5 RCSI CPD credits