June 28, 2011
Post Mortem: Death Investigation in America
Many of the nation’s morgues are staffed by doctors who aren’t board-certified in forensic pathology. To become certified, doctors need an extra year of training and must pass a day-long test. Earlier this year, an investigation by ProPublica, “Frontline” and NPR showed that more than 100 physicians without board certification were working at the country’s busiest coroner and medical examiner offices.
Read the full story in ProPublica