For Immediate Release
The Post-Mortem Live
REMAINS TO BE SEEN
Watch a LIVE human body dissection like never before!
AS SEEN ON BBC DRAGONS’ DEN
From the creators of Anatomy Lab Live, you can now tune in to a unique live channel with nationally acclaimed human anatomist Samuel Piri and his clinical team as they embark on a live 5-part dissection experience.
Watch, learn, and even TAKE PART in a post-mortem using the world’s first semi-synthetic human cadaver and real organ specimens.
BBC Dragons Den winner, Samuel Piri, and his team are inviting you on an interactive journey through the human body like never before. From the comfort of your armchair, watch as they peel back the skin of the human body, and demonstrate the intricate structures that keep you alive.
During the sessions, you’ll engage with teachers and doctors while they dissect and examine real specimens with the opportunity to ask questions live. The Post-Mortem Live even sends out dissection specimens for you to join in at home!
Samuel Piri, the brainchild of Birmingham business entrepreneur said "You’ll be shown how to work through the post-mortem using examination, evidence, and an index of suspicion as you work to build a picture of what happened to our subject in the final moments of his life. Can you establish an accurate evidence-based pinnacle cause of death?"
“Every student should learn anatomy like this”
Surgical Lead –Cambridge University
Monday 25th May 2020 7.00pm - 8.30pm
The Post-mortem process - Dissection techniques
Tuesday 26th May 2020 7.00pm - 8.30pm
The head & neck
Wednesday 27th May 2020. 7.00pm - 8.30pm
Thursday 28th May 2020. 7.00pm - 8.30pm
Friday 29th May 2020 7.00pm - 8.30pm
The GI tract
Tune in to the entire series and receive 5 free interactive learning aids to accompany the program.
You can source your own organs from a local butcher, buy the kit online, or simply just watch along in complete fascination.
Who can watch?
Suitable for all levels and abilities, educational, and informative with a live QA in real-time.
Sign up to the channel here https://www.thepostmortemlive.co.uk/
Press enquiries should be sent to Tash Littleford (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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