coronial


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coronial

(kəˈrəʊnɪəl)
adj
(Law) of or relating to a coroner
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-- Families waited up to three years for coronial inquest findings in some states
Its report also highlighted failings by healthcare organisations, local politicians and the coronial system.
Maori staff in some hospitals spoke about being asked for help by grieving whanau barred by police, health or coronial staff from their tupapaku, including the parents of pepi (children) who had died.
"The production company no doubt will say that organisations were offered the chance to cooperate and they chose not to, but these very organisations have an overriding duty to families and the courts and so cannot cooperate with a production company whose only aim is to provide newsworthy viewing at the expense of the families, coronial process and indeed a criminal trial.
Murdoch was last seen in public in 2001 when he appeared as a witness at a coronial inquest in the Northern Territory over the death of a young Aboriginal man who had been caught breaking into Murdoch's home.
A report dated December 15, 2015, by the authority's legal and democratic services director said the plan would have "the potential to make savings through economies of scale and allow full-time coroners to focus entirely on their coronial duties to develop their skills and experiences fully."
A coronial inquest found this year that the 22-year-old woman, known only by her last name Dhu, suffered a catastrophic deterioration of her health and died of complications arising from septicaemia.
They address key concepts and processes that the bereaved experience, including effects on mental and physical health, effects on adolescents, gender aspects, posttraumatic growth after suicide, guilt, loss and the search for meaning, and reintegration, with clinical vignettes for illustration; suicide bereavement support in relation to general practices, the workplace, online, support groups, peer counseling, forensic and coronial services, and other settings, as well as the role of religion and spirituality; support in specific groups, such as for cluster-suicide and murder-suicide events, indigenous peoples, parents, and mental health professionals; and support in different countries in the Americas, Europe, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific.
On the occasion Sector Commandant North Amir Kiyani, Commandant Bajaur Scouts Coronial Nayar Zaman, Political Agent Bajaur Agency Amir Khattak , Assistant Political Agent Tariq Ullah and other official of Political Administration and large number of Tribal Elders were present on the occasion.
"As with all maternal deaths this case is subject to the coronial process and the hospital is unable to make any comment."
Mr Burnham is promising to "raise some fundamental questions about the coronial and judicial system in Parliament", believing the families were, at times, badly let down by the inquest process in Warrington.