This program is part of the One Book, One Wallingford series.
The autopsy is a tool involving multiple disciplines of medicine. But what exactly is an autopsy? What is it used for and what does it help to determine? What exactly takes place before, during, and after an autopsy? What are the differences between hospital and medicolegal autopsy; what areas overlap; and what is used to determine foul play?
Presented by Amanda Masters and Emily Barkley from the Autopsy and Morgue Service at the Yale School of Medicine, which performs an average of 300 autopsies per year.
No registration required.