Sudden, unexplained infant death investigation : curriculum guide
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      Sudden, unexplained infant death investigation : a guide for the scene investigator
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      This curriculum guide was created to improve teaching and evaluation techniques in the death investigator education and training programs. It provides instructional outlines and references to assist the instructor in the educational program. Covering only the topics delineated in the publication Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigation, it should be sufficiently comprehensive to help subject matter experts design instructional plans for teaching the recommended investigative guidelines. In addition, the performance objectives and criterion statements written for each task provide a consistent way to establish standards for people completing the program.

      This curriculum guide is representative of the occupational job duty categories that list major activities and tasks performed by an entry level death investigator. It contains a resource list and criteria statements that indicate the minimum standards of performance accepted as evidence of competence in completion of the task by participants in the field of infant death investigation. This performance-based curriculum guide helps the instructor develop a teaching style where students learn by doing. It is based on task analysis, and it reflects the skills, knowledge, and attitudes that employers expect incumbent investigators to posses.

      This guide is intended to be used to provide relevant training or retraining for employment in the rapidly expanding field of medicolegal death investigation.

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