Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section

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Clinical forensic & legal medicine 2018/2019 dates for your diary

20-Oct-18 Forensic aspects of suicide and self-harm - book now

28-Nov-18 An introduction to forensic medicine for students and trainees - book now

19-Jan-19 Mass disasters: Victim identification and the aftermath - book now

15-Jun-19 The health of immigrants and the role of forensic doctors as witnesses to atrocities

 

For more information on the events that are not available online yet, or to book your place, please contact the Event Coordinator on:

Tel: 02072903940

Email: forensic@rsm.ac.uk

About this section

Purpose:

To advance the knowledge and practice of clinical forensic and legal medicine. 

Section members:

Forensic medical examiners, forensic physicians, forensic medical officers, coroners, judges, toxicologists barristers, lawyers, medical expert witnesses, medico-legal personnel, secretariat of defence/protection organisations, and forensic pathologists, procurators, fiscal and members of the legal profession e.g. judges, barristers, lawyers, medical defence organisations and medical examine. 

Section council:

The Section has a varied and active council which includes trainees and students. Council meets 3 times a year and all are expected to contribute to meeting organisation and to the promotion of Clinical Forensic and Legal Medicine. 

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Dilemmas, date rape and death: An introduction to forensic medicine for students and trainees
Dilemmas, date rape and death: An introduction to forensic medicine for students and trainees

Wednesday 28 November 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

This evening meeting will provide an insight into the various career paths that can be taken and what various careers will entail.

Evening | Registration: 18:00 | Organised by: Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section |
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Mass disasters: Victim identification and the aftermath
Mass disasters: Victim identification and the aftermath

Saturday 19 January 2019, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

The recent disasters such as Grenfell Tower and Westminster Bridge has highlighted how forensic science plays an important part in victim identification.

A panel of experts will examine how forensic odontology, anthropology and pathology contribute to the identification process.

Day | Registration: 08:30 | Organised by: Clinical Forensic & Legal Medicine Section |
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Section Bibliography

For a list of what we have available via the library for this section, visit our bibliography page and then select the appropriate section link.