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  • 11

    Apr
    2015
    BSAVA Congress: Pit Bull Type Research Presentation 11/4/15
    Adele Wharton from Saphinia Veterinary Forensics http://www.saphiniavetforensics.co.uk/index.htm will be presenting the research she has assisted David Bailey with regards to Pit Bull identification protocols. ...

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  • 21

    Apr
    2015
    Ambition 2015 - Emergency preparedness, resilience and response in the 21st century 21-22 April
    David Bailey is speaking again at the Ambition Expo 21st & 22nd April in the Olympia, London. Very interesting discussions will ensue following a topical presentation regarding E-bola. A comparison of E-bola as a natural disease and a weaponised agent - historical views of E-bolas as a natural disease of animals and humans - the historical interest in E-bola as a biological weapon – a state sponsored capability? - capacity vs capability of manufacturing and/or using E-bola a...

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  • 1

    Jan
    2016
    GP Cert in Forensics & Law 2016: Improve International
    COMING SOON: following a review of the previously successful GP Cert. in Forensics and Law, David Bailey will be launching the updated course to be launched in conjunction with Improve International in 2016.   ...

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  • 14

    Nov
    2014
    Toxicology and Chemical Analysis. Swindon (UK) 14 November 2014
    David Bailey takes delegates through this subject and introduces them to the area of toxicology and chemical analysis and how these tools of Forensic Science can be applied to Veterinary Science with effect.  Pharmacology, drug distribution, post mortem re-distribution, pharmaco-genetics and the issues of doping in sports and World Anti Doping Authourity (WADA) "harmonisation" proceedures are discussed and debated. This module will also act as a final revision of the course prior to exams....

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  • 13

    Nov
    2014
    Forensic Reasoning. Swindon (UK) 13 November 2014
    One of the most rated of all the modules of the first course-this module allows academics from Cranfield University to address the delegates and provide an enjoyable perspective that rounds the philosophy that is Forensic Science. An introduction to the use of statistics, Bayesian methods and the requirement of the understanding of the limitations of biological systems as an imperfect science is delivered in an enjoyable and fascinating subject. Rated the most enjoyable module by last years de...

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  • 29

    Aug
    2014
    Firearms and Ballistics. Shrivenham- Cranfield University (UK) 29 August 2014
    Cranfield Defence Academy provides live firing and ballistics tuition to attendees. This is the only Veterinary ballistics course with live fire anywhere in the U.K. The theoretical applications of physics to ballistics are married with training and tuition in firearm handling from British army personnel. Bullet capture, high-speed video and comparative microscopy are practiced as well as live fire of various short and long arms. ...

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  • 13

    Jan
    2011
    Pathology of abuse in animals and humans - Royal College of Pathologists - 13 January 2011
    See the link below for a talk given by David Bailey at the Royal College of Pathologists in London in January 2011. This talk was titled "the types of injuries seen in animals- accidental and deliberate" http://www.baspcan.org.uk/files/PA-prog%20January%202011.pdf...

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  • 10

    Oct
    2014
    Court Room and Media Skills. Swindon (UK) 10 October 2014
    Delegates will learn about courtroom procedure and etiquette through examination and cross-examination. The paradox in this module is delivering the same message to a court through cross-examination under testimony and then again to the media via cross examination through interview. The various skills and understandings of these two very different public arenas are introduced for delegates to compare and analyze. The course is delivered by David Bailey....

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  • 9

    Oct
    2014
    Document Examination. Swindon (UK) 9 October 2014
    This one-day course provides delegates with information on questioned documents, features of document security- methods of analysis to detect a forged document and more. Veterinary Surgeons need to be aware that the one issue that keeps on causing dispute from a professional point of view is the use and misuse of a Veterinary Surgeons signature. Investigations into cases of suspected animal cruelty and wildlife crime can be enhanced with an understanding of the evidential value that documents,...

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  • 28

    Aug
    2014
    Applied Veterinary Forensics. Swindon (UK) 28 August 2014
    A new module in the course introduced to assist delegates make the transition from theoretical learning into application. Introduced and delivered by David Bailey, this module allows exposure to real cases, historical and ongoing and how the application of the skills of a both forensic scientist and Veterinarian are combined. Discussion and debate and application will provide delegates with a chance to see that they are learning the skills and discover the rule and approach for all forensic case...

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