Why does history repeat itself: can we learn from investigating serious incidents? Professor Taj Nathan
Venue: King’s College London Bush House LT2 & Arcade 30 Aldwych, WC2B 4BG
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- Students: £0.05
Professor Taj Nathan is a senior consultant forensic psychiatrist within the NHS and has held senior leadership roles within the NHS. As an active academic working with a number of universities in the Northwest of England, Professor Nathan leads research with a particular focus on service delivery, clinical decision-making, and risk assessment and management. For the past 25 years Professor Nathan has regularly acted as an independent expert witness in a wide range of legal forums. More recently he has been involved in the public dissemination of forensic psychiatric topics, with the release of his book (Dangerous Minds: A Forensic Psychiatrist’s Quest to Understand Violence, 2021), publication of his work in The Guardian and The Spectator, and radio/TV documentary work.
BAFS welcomes applications for Membership from professionals with qualifications in medicine, science, or the law who have contributed, or are likely to contribute, to the application and practice of the Forensic Sciences. Applicants from within these disciplines who are interested, but lack experience, may be offered Associate Membership.