Forensic Science - Diplomate - Chiropractic Doctor

Forensic Diplomate 110

Adequate Informed Consent and How it Applies to Malpractice


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 109 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Develop a level of knowledge, comprehension, and understanding of the federal legal system as it relates to malpractice and testifying as an expert witness
  • Explain punitive or exemplary damages
  • Discuss the "but for" test
  • Assess the concept of res ipsa loquitur
  • Summarize battery and assault
  • Emphasis adequate informed consent
  • Contrast breach of contract or warranty to cure
  • Detect the opposing attorney's intent
  • Develop a level of knowledge, comprehension, and understanding of the ethical expert witness

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 109

What is the Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence and How to Read a Legal Opinion


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 108 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Discuss the Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence
  • Emphasize keeping junk science out of court
  • Review and critique literature refuting whiplash syndrome
  • Summarize the amended Rules of Evidence and their impact of Daubert
  • Identify which Federal Rules of Evidence apply to the expert witness
  • Demonstrate how to read a legal opinion
  • Assess the concept of ipso facto as it relates to the practice of forensic chiropractic and testifying as an expert witness
  • Integrate case law as it relates to the practice of forensic chiropractic and testifying as an expert witness

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 108

How do Scientific Reasoning and Methodology Apply to Untestable Scientific Theories


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 107 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Integrate Scientific Reasoning vs. Methodology
  • Critique questions relating to scientific validity
  • Assess Frye criteria
  • Discuss hearsay exceptions
  • Explore statistical estimates
  • Emphasize that judges will exclude certain evidence
  • Identify scientific theories that are not testable
  • Comment on forensic techniques that have fallen into disfavor
  • Discuss implicit error

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 107

The Cross Examination Process and How to Manage Scientific Issues and Trick Questions


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 106 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Discuss trick question posed on cross examination
  • Assist judges in implementing effective management of expert evidence involving scientific issues
  • Identify judicial notice, aggregation, and compensation schedules for specific injuries
  • Develop a level of knowledge, comprehension, and understanding of the cross examination process as it relates to the practice of forensic chiropractic and testifying as an expert witness
  • Develop a level of knowledge and understanding of the federal and state court appointed expert process
  • Discuss evidentiary framework
  • Identify which Federal Rules of Evidence apply to the expert witness
  • Critique the nature of the claims, the theories of general and specific causation, the defenses, and in particular the bases for disagreement among experts
  • Explore the use of reference guides

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 106

Federal Rules of Evidence and Their Application in the Federal and State Legal Systems


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 105 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Develop a level of knowledge and understanding of the federal and state legal system
  • Develop a level of knowledge, comprehension, and understanding of the deposition process as it relates to the practice of forensic chiropractic and testifying as an expert witness
  • Integrate the Rules of Evidence
  • Illustrate which Federal Rules of Evidence apply to the expert witness
  • Explain discovery techniques
  • Discuss that the expert witness may need to produce business records
  • Emphasize that each chiropractic provider must keep informed as to the laws and their interpretation in their particular state of practice
  • Assess Daubert criteria
  • Explain what each chiropractic expert should look for when preparing for the opposing attorney relating to hearsay
  • Develop a level of knowledge, comprehension, and understanding of the medicolegal system as it relates to Daubert challenges

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 105

Understanding the Concept of Absolute Immunity


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 104 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Understand critical issues encountered in a forensic practice
  • Recognize pertinent case law
  • Explain the concept of absolute immunity
  • Recognize risk management protocols for the forensic examiner
  • Discuss the future challenges for the forensic examiner

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 104

How to Formulate a Defensible Curriculum Vitae


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 103 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Understand the steps involved in a trial
  • Identify critical issues encountered in a trial
  • Create a defensible curriculum vitae
  • Explain the concept of work product
  • Discuss critical issues encountered in discovery of work product

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 103

Discovery and Impeachment in Civil and Criminal Cases


4.0

  • NOTE: Must have take Forensic Diplomate 102 and all lower level courses prior to taking this course
  • Discuss demonstrative evidence and props
  • Distinguish between discovery and impeachment
  • Understand the steps involved in a deposition
  • Recognize the worth of your knowledge as a forensic examiner
  • Review the steps involved in civil and criminal cases

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 102

How to Get Started in Forensic Marketing and Finding Contract Work


4.0

  • NOTE:  Must take Forensic Diplomate 101 prior to this course
  • Demonstrate how to get started in marketing new skill sets
  • Recognize how to contract work
  • Establish case preparation protocols
  • Distinguish between oral and written reports
  • Describe the steps involved in opinion forming

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

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$99.00 USD

Forensic Diplomate 101

Critical Issues Encountered in the Deposition and Trial


4.0

  • Identify the differences between the deposition and trial
  • Understand the fundamentals and subtleties of the discovery of evidence
  • Distinguish between discovery and impeachment
  • Describe the steps involved in a deposition and trial
  • Discuss critical issues encountered in the deposition and trial

Leanne Cupon and Warren Jahn, DC, DABFP

Android Compatible
Diplomate Level;
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Text

$99.00 USD