9 Feb 2023
Full-Time Forensic Pathology Fellow – Bahrain
Investigating deaths that are strange, unusual, or violent is one of the primary responsibilities of this position, which also serves as a link between the State Medical Examiner’s Office and the county medical examiner offices, connects bereaved families with the general public, and performs other duties as assigned.
Job Title : Forensic Pathology Fellow
Location : Bahrain, Bahrain, Bahrain
Salary : $ 33.2 per hour.
Company : Government of the District of Columbia
Job Type : Full-Time
- Prepares complete case reports and records, as well as investigation summaries and subpoenas for police reports and medical documents, if necessary.
- To chronicle the cause and manner of death and offer proof, case papers are obtained. On a rotational basis, responds to death scenes and handles late-night events. Other US District and Federal Courts may allow the incumbent to testify. Chief or Deputy Medical Examiners’ projects. Infections are monitored and controlled.
- Obtains expert witness competence for any forensic criminal and civil processes associated with cases examined, as well as for any extra forensic needs that may arise within the County.
- To assist forensic pathologists in identifying the deceased, learn as much as you can about the deceased’s medical and mental history by meeting with their doctor, acquiring and reviewing their medical and dental records, and consulting other sources.
- Inquiries and grievances are handled on a regular basis, investigations are carried out, and remedies are put into place.
- Provides medical records to law enforcement agencies, lawyers, judges, other medical professionals, dead families, the news media, the District Attorney’s Office, and the general public.
- Pathology conferences including the Neurophysiology Conference, Case Consensus Meeting, and Toxicology Roundups are just a few of the many he attends. The Deputy Chief Medical Examiner/Medical Director’s primary point person is a specialist in neurophysiology who teaches medical students and residents in forensic neurophysiology and explains the more subtle subtleties of neurophysiology. It is for this reason that she offers talks and presentations on forensic pathology at various symposiums and conferences.
- Investigates the site of a death or a crime to find out what caused it and how it was done. This includes gathering evidence such as medical records, prescription medication information, a victim’s mental condition, evidence from the scene, etc. to aid in the investigation.
- For all death investigations, make sure you send in clear, accurate, and objective reports, in a computerized web-based records management system, in a specific format, and on time.
- Attend seminars, training programs, and suitable courses to keep your professional knowledge and abilities up to date.
- Completes duties efficiently with minimum supervision, demonstrating a high degree of initiative, effort, attention to detail, and devotion.
- It is vital that you have a solid understanding of the medical/dental examination and identification process, as well as the causes and consequences of trauma, as well as a comprehension of natural disorders.
- Eligibility requires a two-year degree in biology, medical science, health care or a closely related field, in addition to 1,000 hours of documented work experience in the field. It is preferable if you have prior experience in the area.
- work with evidence for chain of custody control should have some experience with techniques, methods, and procedures for handling and preparing evidence.
- The Department of Professional Regulations stipulates that an active license to practice medicine in this state is necessary at the time of employment.”