International Association of Forensic Radiographers

Suspected Physical Injury study day, U.K.
  • - Starts on: 04 Nov 2017 - 06 Nov 2017
  • 04 Nov 2017
  • 06 Nov 2017

New date added! Limited spaces available.

Saturday 4th November 2017 - 5 spaces available as of 11pm Friday 29th Sept

Monday 6th November 2017 - SOLD OUT!

Morning Presentations

  • Application Of Forensic Radiography In Paediatrics
  • Living Individuals
  • Deceased Or Pathological Specimens
  • Departmental Protocols
    • Consent
    • Health And Safety
    • Confidentiality
    • Welfare And Psychological Aspects
    • Continuity Of Evidence
    • Records
  • Department SOP – Standard Images And Further Imaging
  • Students
  • Education And Training
  • Overview Of Forensic Imaging In Paediatrics
  • Common Signs And Symptoms Of Abuse In Paediatrics
  • Common Findings Of Skeletal Surveys


Mid morning Q&A session

  • Great Ormond Street Hospital Forensic Paediatric Radiographer answers any questions you have on SOPs


Practical Session

  • Correct Positioning For Standard Images
  • How To Adjust In Deceased Cases

Please note:

This is a non-catered event.

This event is being run on two separate dates.

Student rates are for any student radiographers completing an undergraduate course in Diagnostic Imaging / Diagnostic Radiography leading to a qualification to register with the HCPC.  This does not include post-graduate studies.  Proof of enrollment in the above mentioned undergraduate courses will be required on the day.

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International Association of Forensic Radiographers

IAFR Dental Radiography in Forensic Investigations
  • - Starts on: 24 Feb 2018
  • 24 Feb 2018
  • 24 Feb 2018

IAFR Dental Radiography in Forensic Investigations

Hosted by experienced DVI Forensic Radiographer and IAFR Founding Member Mark Viner.

Early bird booking discount of 10% applicable until 30th November.

This study day is aimed at radiographers who are keen to expand their practical dental radiography skills and learn techniques used in post mortem identification and to gather forensic evidence.

The day will consist of theory and practical sessions.

Due to the limited number of spaces and the need for post qualification experience in dental imaging student applications will need to be sent to for consideration before being able to join this event.

More details on the schedule and timings will be released soon.  Watch this space!

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