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Webinar: Transcribing Autopsy Reports

When: September 12, 2019
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Pacific/2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
Where: Florida
United States
Contact: Kristin Wall

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Title: Transcribing Autopsy Reports

Presenter: Andrea M. Sopko, CHDS

Date: September 12, 2019

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Pacific/2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern

CEC: 1 Medical Transcription Tools (MTT)

Cost: $5 Student Members/$15 Members/$25 List Price



Do you like learning new specialties? Are interested in expanding your skill set and adding a new report type to your repertoire? Are you curious about what happens during a postmortem examination? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you are exactly where you need to be. Join us to discover the whys and wherefores of transcribing autopsy reports.


Through this webinar you will learn when and why autopsies are requested. You will understand the difference between gross examination and microscopic examination and how an autopsy is performed. Formatting of the autopsy report as well as terminology will be discussed. In this forensic science medical transcription specialty, we will also come to understand the grave importance of accuracy throughout the autopsy document.


Although geared for the more experienced MT/HDS, students and those new to the field interested in learning about this topic will also benefit from attending. 


Registrants will automatically receive the recorded webinar in the event you cannot attend live.


About the Speaker:

Andrea Sopko, CHDS, has been in the transcription industry for over 20 years and has worn many hats during this time. Andrea began her MT career after working as a legal secretary and then taking a medical terminology course. With these tools in hand, she landed her first MT job working in a hospital acute care setting.  She worked her way up to the lead transcriptionist position, which involved heading up the department QA, compiling training manuals for the MTs, including an MT training manual on cardiac catheterization, and setting up speakers while coordinating a transcription conference at the hospital where she worked. Her next venture was working for medical transcription services as an MT, a QA specialist, and a transcription mentor. While at one transcription company for 10 years, she went from MT to QA staff to the training department. In the training department, Andrea presented webinars, speech recognition training, and transcription training across multiple platforms. Andrea currently is an instructor at CanScribe Career College.

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