Forensic Dentistry and Anthropology Course
4 day course presented by members of the NSW Forensic Dental Unit
This course introduces participants to the dental element of identification science, with a particular emphasis on Disaster Victim Identification, culminating in a practical workshop run under the supervision of NSW Police.
Additional topics covered include forensic pathology, bite mark interpretation, comparative anatomy, photographic superimposition, legal aspects and an anthropological workshop covering race, sex, age and stature estimation conducted in The Shellshear Museum in the University of Sydney.
The course runs annually, usually in September.
For further information contact ADA NSW CPD 1800 737 346 or visit http://adacpd.com.au/Courses/Forensic-Dentistry-and-Forensic-Anthropology.aspx
ADAQ Disaster Victim Identification course (http://www.adaq.com.au/adaq-online-events/disaster-victim-identification-2016) – at Coopers Plains, QLD. 29-30 July 2016.
VIFM Disaster Victim Identification (Forensic Dentistry) course (http://www.vifm.org/our-services/academic-programs/teaching-and-training/forensic-dentistry-short-course/)- Southbank, VIC.
Country Course: Periodontics and Forensic Odontology – ALBANY (http://adawa.com.au/media/161118-Periodontics-&-Forensic-Odontology-ALBANY.pdf)- Albany, WA. 18 November 2016. $561.00 (dentist), $330.00 (hygienist/therapist/OHT).