Disaster Response & Forensic Pathology With Stephen Cordner AM FAIIA

Episode 5 August 06, 2020 00:29:35
Disaster Response & Forensic Pathology With Stephen Cordner AM FAIIA
Dyason House Podcast
Disaster Response & Forensic Pathology With Stephen Cordner AM FAIIA
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Show Notes

After disasters, especially those related to health, the response that we put forward is of vital importance. Mass amounts of death create emotional and logistical problems, and have far-reaching ramifications on global health security. In this final episode, join James Cafferky for an interview with Professor Stephen Cordner AM FAIIA on forensic pathology.

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