Forensic Radiology Course Description
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This one day seminar and one day additional workshop is designed to introduce the radiology technologist, forensic autopsy technician, coroner and medical examiner to concepts and principles, application and techniques of forensic radiology.

Course Faculty

The faculty for the course include Dr. Mary Dudley as well as additional members representing multi-disciplinary forensic agencies and organizations.  All participating faculty have extensive experience in the area of forensic medical investigation and outstanding teaching skills.  

Continuing Education Credits

This activity has been approved by the ASRT for Radiologic Technologists for a combined total of 14.5 Cat. A credits.  

This activity has applied for 16 hours of continuing education credits from ABMDI for death investigators.  


Special rates and scholarships may be available for groups and studentsContact us for more information.


Course Objectives

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the clinical and postmortem application of radiographs, computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in forensic cases.

  2. Describe the radiological procedures and protocols used in forensic medicine and pathology

  3. Identify the safety issues related to digital x-ray use

  4. Demonstrate proper use of digital x-ray equipment.