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If it’s not clear why your relative died, the death may be reported to a coroner who will decide if a post-mortem examination is needed to determine the cause of death. We explain when this might happen and what to expect.

On this page you can find out:

1. What is a post-mortem examination? 2. When might a post-mortem examination be requested? 3. What happens after the death has been reported to the coroner? 4. What if the coroner decides to hold an inquest?

A post-mortem examination (also known as an autopsy) of a body is carried out by a trained pathologist to determine the cause of death. A post-mortem may be required if the cause of death isn't clear, or there are concerns that the death may be from unnatural causes.

This happens with almost half of all deaths each year, so it’s quite common. If a coroner decides that a post-mortem is necessary, you won’t be able to finalise the funeral date until it’s been carried out. However, you can start making arrangements. In most cases, post-mortems are carried out within a few working days of a person’s death, although it can take longer.

A coroner investigates deaths from unknown and unnatural causes and deaths in custody. Coroners are usually solicitors, although a few are doctors. Most deaths are reported to the coroner by doctors or police officers, but anyone who is concerned that a death may not be natural has the right to inform the coroner.

A death may be reported to a coroner if the:

Northern Ireland

In Scotland , each medical certificate of cause of death is independently checked by a team of reviewers. Also, the coroner is known as the procurator fiscal.

In Scotland

Once a death has been reported to the coroner, they will investigate and decide if a post-mortem examination is necessary.

If the death has to be investigated, the first steps will be to gather background information, such as the deceased’s medical history and the circumstances of the death, as well as speaking with the immediate family if at all possible.

About one in four of deaths notified to the coroner lead to a post-mortem examination. If the coroner decides that one is necessary, it will be carried out by a pathologist - a doctor who works for the coroner’s office and specialises in finding the cause of death.

Transactions of the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul is a peer reviewed series that publishes monographs and collections of scholarly works such as conference proceedings.

After a process of peer-reviewing of submitted manuscripts, the editorial committee accepts contributions in English on the MENA region, Turkey and Central Asia within the fields of Social and Human Sciences. The committee consists of scholars from the universities of Södertörn, Lund, and Uppsala that represents the different fields of interest covered by the series. Scholars interested in publishing their work in this series can contact the scientific editor of the journal (link) for further information on the procedures and guidelines.

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Announcing the Ty Pozzobon Foundation

CALGARY, Alberta – Shortly over a month after the passing of Ty Pozzobon, family and friends close to Pozzobon are proud to announce the Ty Pozzobon Foundation (TPF).

In the first meetings, the Foundation mission statement has been set forth: “To protect and support the health and well-being of rodeo competitors inside and outside the arena.”

Pozzobon’s best friend, Tanner Byrne stepped forward as the spokesperson of Ty’s foundation.

“We knew we wanted to all do something for Ty in his name to make a positive change in our sport,” said Byrne. “Through Ty’s Foundation we can ensure his name, destiny and legacy live on in and out of the arena. A focus of Ty’s Foundation is to work with our youth and our athletes on concussion awareness and the affects they have. We want anyone dealing with anxiety or depression to have somewhere to go, someone to talk to and a way for them to reach out to us for help to get the proper care and education they need.

“Ty loved people, this is our way of still doing that for him.”

“We are thankful for the support from all of you in what has been such a difficult time in our lives,” said Leanne Pozzobon. “We are thankful for the creation of the Ty Pozzobon Foundation. It is our vision to all do our best to make sure something like this doesn’t happen again in the sport Ty loved so much.”

Initiatives of the foundation include placing and or assisting funding the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team (CPRSMT) at every ProRodeo and PBR event in Canada in 2017 and beyond; assisting creating and funding the concussion spotting team at Pro Rodeo and PBR competition in 2017 and more.

Fund raising initiatives of the Ty Pozzobon Foundation include donations, events, official t-shirt sales among others. Despite the official legal proceedings, the TPF has an operational parent foundation to run under to proceed with current intentions.

“Our first announcement with the Ty Pozzobon Foundation is a commitment to provide care by the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team at every PBR Canada event in 2017,” Byrne said. “Through our generous supporters and founders, funds are already in place. However, we require more financial support in order to achieve the goals we have set forth.”

This announcement marks the first time ever that the PBR in Canada has enjoyed the presence in some form of the CPRSMT at every single event throughout a single season.

To donate to the Ty Pozzobon Foundation and for more information, visit TyPozzobon.com

About the Ty Pozzobon Foundation: The Ty Pozzobon Foundation (TPF) was created in February of 2017 to protect and support the health and well-being of rodeo competitors inside and outside the arena. The TPF has the goal of placing and or assisting funding the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team (CPRSMT) at every ProRodeo and PBR in Canada from now on. In addition, the TPF looks to educate, support and build the youth of sport of rodeo and bull riding. For more information visit TyPozzobon.com

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