Finding a voice for those who faced death: A coroner’s perspective Free

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Using a series of investigations as examples, Ms Karen Harold describes the function of a coroner, when an inquest occurs, and how a conclusion is reached. Ms Harold also provides a personal reflection on how the current system is affecting dying people.

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the 'Choice at the end of life: Current practice and overseas developments' event on the 9th February 2018.

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