What “reasonable (professional) certainty” Isn’t

For the National Commission on Forensic Science Recommendation on this topic click here. Reasonable (Medical, Psychological, Scientific, Professional) Certainty Terry Kukor, Ph.D., ABPP, and Meredith Veltri, Ph.D., ABPPNetcare Forensic CenterJune 2019 As best as can be determined, the “reasonable degree of certainty” formulation was first applied to scientific evidence in 1935, when a witness wasContinue reading “What “reasonable (professional) certainty” Isn’t”

Honoring Howard Sokolov M.D.

OhioMHAS Pays Tribute to Iconic Mental Health Leader Dr. Howard Sokolov Remembered for Expertise, Leadership and Contributions Ohio’s behavioral health field lost a legend with the passing of Dr. Howard Sokolov, an outstanding psychiatrist, leader, scholar and person who made tremendous contributions to Ohio’s mental health field for decades. Dr. Sokolov served as Commissioner ofContinue reading “Honoring Howard Sokolov M.D.”