Please be sure to view this conference LIVE, as we do not have permission to rebroadcast these lectures!
All times in EDT
7:45 - 8am: Updates on ACVP Forensic Pathology Subspecialty - Dr. Adam Stern (University of Florida)
8-10am: Hypothermia/ Hyperthermia - Dr. Doris Miller (UGA)
10-10:15am: Short break
10:15am -12:15pm: Forensic Radiology - Dr. Elizabeth Watson (University of Florida)
12:15-1:15pm: Long break
1:15 - 3:15pm: Forensic Entomology - Dr. Adrienne Brundage (University of Florida)
3:15-3:30pm: Short break
3:30-5:30pm: Hemorrhage / Hemorrhagic Shock - Dr. Sean McDonough (Cornell University)
- Definition and significance of hemorrhagic shock, animal models, regulatory mechanisms of cardiac output and their importance.
- Immediate, intermediate and delayed responses to hemorrhage, methods to estimate total blood volume, methods to assess total blood loss and case examples of hemorrhagic shock