Removal of Invasive Devices from Deceased Persons: Forensic implications for Paramedics – a Victorian perspective

Brett Williams

Abstract


Professor Cordner is Professor of forensic medicine at Monash University Institutes of Health and Director of the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine


His work in the area of forensic medicine and human rights has seen him take tours of duty in East Timor and Kosovo, as well as a year-long stint consulting to the International Committee
of the Red Cross in Geneva.


The following interview was conducted to invite Professor Cordner’s professional opinion in relation to practices and implications with respect to the removal of invasive clinical devices from deceased persons, as they currently apply to paramedics of Metropolitan Ambulance Service in Melbourne, and Rural Ambulance Victoria.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33151/ajp.3.4.339

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