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To Apply Evidence, To Evaluate Evidence, To Educate same.

  • 27

    Mar
    2014
    Forensics and Law course. Swindon (UK) 27 March 2014
    We see the first introductory lecture to the third consecutive running of the post graduate Forensics and Law course for Veterinary Surgeons. Run by David Bailey, Improve International and examined by the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies the course is the first dedicated post graduate course for Vets aimed at the new and emerging field of Veterinary Forensics....

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  • 13

    Nov
    2013
    ESVPS Exam Forensics and Law. Swindon (UK) November 2013
    This years exams ( written and oral) will be held at Alexanda House. Swindon. The examination will consist of an oral examination by two vets (David Bailey and Neil Forbes) as well as a written examination. Candidates will also be required to submit case reports in the form of assignments as part of the examination process....

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  • 14

    Oct
    2013
    II Congress of Veterinary Pathology- Brazil 14-18 October 2013
    David Bailey is pleased to accept an invitation to speak at the Associação Brasileira de Patologia Veterinária in Curitiba, Parana State, Brazil, from October 14th-18th, 2013. David will be speaking at this event  on Veterinary Forensics and the application to Veterinary Pathology. See this link for further information ( in Portugese)...

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  • 8

    Oct
    2013
    UCD One Health - Ireland 8-10-2013
    David Bailey is pleased to accept another invitation to University College Dublin (UCD) to speak at One Health Week. David will be speaking on the correlations between human and animal abuse....

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  • 27

    Mar
    2014
    Animal and Anti-Terrorism - Swindon (UK) 27 March 2014
    This is the second module in the Veterinary Forensics and Law course. Delivered by David Bailey it addresses issues of one health and clinical signs of non-kinetic agents- both biological and chemical that can be used on human and non-human animals. Incorporating a One-health approach, the lecture introduces candidates to clinical signs of various agents that animal can acquire from a deliberate or natural exposure to an agent. The course approaches the issue of animals as targets of a terrorist...

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  • 16

    Jul
    2013
    Forensic Reasoning 16 July 2013- Swindon (UK)
    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 dele...

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  • 21

    Jun
    2013
    The Third Chester Conference on Forensics (UK) - Wildlife Crime and Conservation. 21/22 June 2013
    David Bailey is pleased to accept an invitation to present at the third Chester conference on Forensics. David will be discussing the issues of gathering evidence for a badger baiting prosecution....

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  • 12

    Jun
    2013
    Court Room and Media Skills- Swindon (UK) June 12- 2013
    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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  • 11

    Jun
    2013
    Blood and Blood Pattern Analysis- Swindon (UK) - June 11 2013
    David Bailey provides a one-day lecture on this fascinating topic. Delegates will be able to re-enforce the principles of evidence collection and the philosophy of Forensic science to this topic. Debate will be encouraged and focused as a tool to sharpen the skills being developed and nurtured through the course. The day focuses on blood pattern analysis but also the ability to understand the clinical and forensic aspects of blood in terms of histology, the role of the breakdown of hemoglobin i...

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  • 24

    Apr
    2013
    Counter Terror Expo 2013 (UK) - 24 April 2013
    David Bailey is speaking at this prestigious event for the second consecutive year.  Building on his hostile environment experience, consultancy and recently obtained Certificate in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Defence science from Cranfield University, David shares some of his risk, resilience and mitigation knowledge in this specialised arena. This years talk is titled "interpreting the signs of an intentional hazard for first responders" This lecture is a time...

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