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Hosted ByLona Small, Stephanie Whitehead, & Tywauna Wilson

Leadership and Technical Strategies for Medical Laboratory Professionals to excel inside and outside of the lab.

Episode 37: “Forensic Pathology: I Tell The Story My Patients Can’t Tell ” -Dr. Nicole Jackson

In this episode, co-host Tywauna Wilson interviews Medical Examiner Dr. Nicole Jackson. They dive in the topic of forensic pathology and the importance of self care for the medical laboratory team. 

Is it really like CSI or nah? Dr. Jackson gives more insight into the field of Forensic Pathology and why taking pauses out of your day helps you to be a better leader for yourself and for your patients. Curious to learn more about this side of the lab? This episode is for you! 
Guest Bio:
Nicole R. Jackson, MD, MPH is a graduate of Duke University and Tulane University’s Schools of Medicine and Public Health. Dr. Jackson completed her anatomic and clinical pathology training at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and her forensic pathology fellowship training at the prestigious New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator. She is currently an Assistant Medical Examiner for Cook County in Chicago, IL. Her interests include clinical and medico-legal autopsy, medical education, mentoring, community outreach, wellness, quality improvement, increasing the visibility of Forensic Pathologists as first responders to threats on our nation’s life expectancy, and using population-based data to reduce the number of preventable deaths.

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