Contact Information

John P. Veinot, M.D., F.R.C.P.C (Canada)
Chairman, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Tel: 613-562-5422
Email: sschnupp@uottawa.ca

Sheila Schnupp
Office and Residency Program Administrator (Anatomical)
Telephone: 613-562-5800 ext. 8342
Email: sschnupp@uottawa.ca

Manon Levesque Undergraduate Program and Office Coordinator
451 Smyth road,
Room 4155
Ottawa, Ontario
K1H 8M5

Tel: 613-562-5422
Email: mlevesq2@uottawa.ca

Second Annual Conference in Forensic and Pediatric Pathology
"Head, Neck and Bone Injury"

Presented by the
Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association

and the
University of Ottawa
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

June 16th and June 17th, 2016
8am – 6pm

The Ottawa Conference and Event Centre
200 Coventry Road
Ottawa, Ontario
K1K 4S3

http://ottawaconferenceandeventcentre.com

Register Online

Group photo at the First Annual Conference in Forensic and Pediatric Pathology

This two (2) day conference aims to provide Continuing Professional Development/Continuing Medical Education for Forensic Pathologists, Anatomical Pathologists who perform medicolegal post mortem examinations, Pediatric Pathologists, Fellows-in-training in Forensic Pathology, Neuropathology and Pediatric Pathology, Residents in Anatomical Pathology, Pathologist Assistants/Anatomical Pathology Technologists/Morgue Technicians, Forensic Scientists, Investigating and Regional Coroners, Crown Attorneys, Defence Lawyers, Police Homicide Investigators, Forensic Identification Officers, Crime Scene Examiners and Scenes of Crime Officers.

The educational content of the programme will provide updated and cover topical issues in both adult forensic and pediatric forensic pathology under the thematic heading of "Head, Neck and Bone Injury." Difficult areas, such as the post mortem demonstration of vertebral artery lesions in the setting of traumatic basal subarachnoid hemorrhage (TBSAH) in adults to the assessment of pediatric head injury cases and the histological aging of long bone fractures will be covered. The programme will be delivered by an international faculty of expert speakers of diverse backgrounds, experience and interests from the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, the USA and Canada as below:

United Kingdom

The Netherlands

USA

Canada

The full complement of speakers and lecture topics are as follows:

Thursday June 16th, 2016
Title Speaker
Brain Swelling: Issues of Recognition, Aetiology and Timing – Insights from the Hillsborough Disaster in the United Kingdom Dr. Daniel Du Plessis (Manchester, UK)
Neuropathologist
Traumatic Basal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Dr. Paul Johnson (Liverpool, UK)
Forensic Pathologist
Delayed Collapse in Vertebral Artery Laceration Dr. Paul Johnson (Liverpool, UK)
Forensic Pathologist
Traumatic Vertebral Artery Lesions: Genetic Considerations Dr. Michael Pollanen (Toronto, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist
One Punch Manslaughter Deaths: A UK Phenomenon Dr. Phil Lumb (Manchester, UK)
Forensic Pathologist
Commotio Medullaris: A Sudden Neurological Syndrome Dr. Alfredo E Walker (Ottawa, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist
Propofol Infusion Syndrome Dr. Brett Lockyer (London, UK)
Forensic Pathologist
Fatal Entrapment of the Basilar Artery in a Longitudinal Fracture of the Clivus Dr. Alfredo E Walker (Ottawa, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist
Posterior Neck Dissection Dr. Bob Pfalzgraf (Ft Myers, FL, USA)
Forensic Pathologist
Post Mortem CT Scanning - The Baltimore Experience Dr. David Fowler (Baltimore, USA)
Forensic Pathologist
The Jeffrey Dahmer Murders Dr. Jeff Jentzen (Michigan, USA)
Forensic Pathologist
The Pathologists Role in the Management and Investigation of Terrorist Violence. Professor Jack Crane (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Forensic Pathologist
Homicidal Compressive Neck Injury Dr. Jayantha Herath (Toronto, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist
Insulin Serial Killers Dr. Phil Lumb (Manchester, UK)
Forensic Pathologist
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Dr. Lili-Naz Hazrati (Toronto, Canada)
Neuropathologist
Case Assessment and Interpretation: The advantages of its use when considering complex Blood Pattern Analysis scenarios." Mrs. Gillian Leak (Leeds, UK)
Forensic Scientist
Friday June 17th, 2016
Title Speaker
Radiology of Non-Accidental Head Injury Dr. Alan Sprigg (Sheffield, UK)
Radiologist
Radiology of Skeletal Injury Dr. Alan Sprigg (Sheffield, UK)
Radiologist
Vascular Pathology in Infantile Head Injury Dr. Daniel Du Plessis (Manchester, UK)
Neuropathologist
Differential Diagnosis of the Triad Dr. Marta Cohen (Sheffield, UK)
Pediatric Pathologist
The Pathological Assessment of the Eyes in suspected Non-Accidental Pediatric Head Injury Dr. Richard Bonshek (Manchester, UK)
Ophthalmic Pathologist
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Dr. Marta Cohen (Sheffield, UK)
Pediatric Pathologist
A Disease That Should Not Be of Our Time; A Diagnosis Only Fit for Where The Sun Rarely Shines. Dr. Alfredo Walker (Ottawa, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist
Fatal Stairway Falls in Children Dr. Charis Kepron (Ottawa, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist
Fatal Intrapartum Neonatal Cervical Injury: One Pull Too Many Dr. Alfredo Walker (Ottawa, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist
Dr. Marta Cohen (Sheffield, UK)
Pediatric Pathology
Mimics of Child Abuse Dr. Vidija Soerdjbalie-Maikoe (Netherlands)
Forensic Pathologist
Pathological Findings in Metabolic Bone Disease Dr. Dina El Demellawy (Ottawa, Canada)
Pediatric Pathologist
New Drug Trends DC Trevor Dunlop (Ottawa, Canada)
Police Officer
Pediatric Neck Injury Dr. Jeff Jentzen (Michigan, USA)
Forensic Pathologist
The Histological Aging of Long Bone Fractures in Infants Dr. Dina El Demellawy (Ottawa, Canada)
Pediatric Pathologist
Things I have seen and Worry About Dr. David Ramsay (London, ON, Canada)
Neuropathologist
Pediatric Blunt Force Chest and Abdominal Injury Dr. Chris Milroy (Ottawa, Canada)
Forensic Pathologist

CME/CPD Credits

This programme will attract CME credits from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) and the College of Family Practitioners of Canada (CFPC).

Conference Fees

The fees to register for the conference according to the status of the registrant are as outlined below. An Early Bird Discount Fee will be applicable for all registration made by midnight on March 31, 2016. The Full Registration fee will be applicable for registrations made after March 31, 2016.

Designation of Registrant Early Bird Registration
(by March 31, 2016)
Full Registration
(after March 31, 2016)

Forensic Pathologists

Police Officers

Forensic Identification Officers

Crime Scene Examiners
Medical Examiners

Anatomical Pathologists
Neuropathologists
Pediatric Pathologists
Coroners
Crown Attorneys
Defence Criminal Bar

CAD $350 CAD $550
Fellows and Residents
Pathologist Assistants
Anatomical Pathology Technologists
Morgue Technicians
CAD $275 CAD $475

Conference Registration:

Online registration is available at https://www.eply.com/SecondAnnualConferenceinForensicandPediatricPathology.

Early registration is encouraged to avoid disappointment as attendance is capped at 150 persons.

The registration period ends on May 31, 2016.
NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ENTERTAINED.

Hotel Accommodation

Two blocks of twenty five (25) rooms have been negotiated at discounted nightly rates (inclusive of breakfast) at the following two hotels which are annexed to the conference venue:

1. Hampton Inn by Hilton Ottawa

CAD $136-$146 per night
200 Coventry Rd
Ottawa, ON
K1K 4S3
Tel: 613-741-2300

Online reservations: http://hamptoninn.hilton.com/en/hp/groups/personalized/Y/YOWCNHX-FPP-20160615/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

Telephone reservations: Call 1-877-701-1281 and quote Group Code FPP, Group number 2664

2. Courtyard® by Marriott Ottawa East

CAD $161 per night
200 Coventry Rd
Ottawa, ON
K1K 4S3

Online reservations available at: The Ottawa Hospital-General Campus

Telephone reservations: Call 613-741-9862 or 855-333-6896, and quote the group code OHG.

Conference Directors

  1. Dr. Alfredo E Walker MB.BS, FRCPath, DMJ (Path), MFFLM, MCSFS, Dip Teach Train
    Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa
    Eastern Ontario Forensic Pathology Unit
    Email: aewalker@toh.ca

  2. Dr. Charis Kepron MD, FRCPC.
    Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa
    Eastern Ontario Forensic Pathology Unit
    Email: ckepron@toh.ca

Conference Secretariat

Conference Registration:

Mrs Sheila Schnupp
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Faculty of Medicine
University of Ottawa
451 Smyth Road, Room 4155
Ottawa, Ontario
K1H 8M5

Telephone: 613-562-5422
Fax: 613-562-5442
Email: sschnupp@uottawa.ca

Hotel Accommodation:

Mrs Nikki Lister
Administrative Assistant
Division of Anatomical Pathology
Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory (EORLA)
The Ottawa Hospital - General Campus
501 Smyth Road
Ottawa, Ontario
K1H 8L6

Telephone: 613-737-8899 ext. 72261
Fax: 613-737-8853
Email: nlister@eorla.ca

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