The Post Mortem Live is a fully immersive dissection based event designed to boost students understanding in anatomy, physiology and pathology. Written by award winning human anatomist and presenter Samuel Piri and his team of doctors the experience showcases a simulated human body dissection using real organ specimens.

Using 'VIVIT -the worlds only semi-synthetic' human cadaver Sam and his team embark on a systematic dissection of the human body, students are presented with the cadaver and throughout the 4 hour interactive experience will work towards applying their learning to determine the pinnacle cause of death.

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"INCREDIBLE AND COMPELLING"

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INSTITUTIONS WE'VE WORKED WITH 

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UNDERGRADUATE ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

STUDENTS HAVE A GO AT THE DISSECTION OF REAL SPECIMENS

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING ON ANOTHER LEVEL

TURBO-CHARGE STUDENTS UNDERSTANDING OF THE HUMAN BODY

AS SEEN ON 

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What’s covered?

  • The post mortem process 

  • Observation, records & investigative approach 

  • External examination 

  • Head & neck examination and dissection 

  • Thoracic examination and dissection

  • Abdominal examination and dissection

  • Interpreting medical imaging

  • Determining the pinnacle cause of death 

 

Students receive anatomical diagram packs and have the opportunity to undertake dissection of real specimens themselves.

All of the content is written for undergraduate students studying in: nursing, midwifery, paramedic science, ODP, OT, physiotherapy, radiography, biomedical science, biology, pharmacology, sports science and other courses requiring an in-depth understanding of A&P.