Month: November 2017

The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Reverend Justin Welby, visits Leicester

The diverse cultural and faith communities of Leicester had the opportunity of having a dialogue with the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Reverend Justin Welby, earlier today. This was a special event organised by St Philips Centre and held at St Martin’s House in the city of Leicester. The exchange of views and opinions expressed wascritical in making sure that we …

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Leicester pioneers a local authority funded non-invasive autopsy service

Leicester pioneers a local authority funded non-invasive autopsy service The Coroner for Leicester City and South Leicestershire, Mrs Catherine Mason, announced changes in post mortem procedure yesterday to less intrusive alternatives such as virtual autopsy, more commonly known as MRI/ CT scanning. The diverse communities of our city have welcomed this change to the post …

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Leicester leads the way in providing pioneering, non-invasive autopsy service

Leicester’s Hospitals in conjunction with Leicester City Council and Her Majesty’s Senior Coroner, Mrs Catherine Mason, are changing their approach to post mortem investigations. Traditional post mortem examinations are being replaced with less intrusive alternatives, such as using a specialised x-ray technique known as Post Mortem Computed Tomography (PMCT). This pioneering approach has been introduced in …

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