Department of Forensic Medicine

Faculty of Medicine

  • Services
  • The Double headed Microscope
  • Training
  • Undergraduate teaching
  • Clinical Group
  • Clinical teaching
  • Diploma course for Lawyers and Judges
  • Double headed microscope
  • Learning as a group
  • Learning from specimens
  • Museum classes and discussions
  • Museum classes in skeletal examination
  • Post-graduate Training
  • Presentations
  • Role plays on ethics
Services1 The Double headed Microscope2 Training3 Undergraduate teaching4 Clinical Group5 Clinical teaching6 Diploma course for Lawyers and Judges7 Double headed microscope8 Learning as a group9 Learning from specimens10 Museum classes and discussions11 Museum classes in skeletal examination12 Post-graduate Training13 Presentations14 Role plays on ethics15
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Overview


VISION - JUSTICE THROUGH MEDICINE

MISSION – “TO PRODUCE A COMPETENT TRUTHFUL MEDICAL WITNESS TO COURT AND TO ENHANCE ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE PROFESSION”

Forensic Medicine or medical jurisprudence is one of the most fascinating of all the many branches of medicine. It is known as “the science which teaches the application of every branch of medical knowledge to the purpose of the law”. Sooner or later every practitioner of medicine will be faced with medico-legal problems which will demand, in addition to his technical skills, knowledge of the law, a broad insight into the behaviour of people and a detailed understanding of the ways of life in the particular population that he serves.
One of the objectives of this department is to teach Forensic Medicine to undergraduates in a meaningful and enjoyable manner. This department has been introducing new methods of teaching/ learning with an emphasis on learning in an integrated manner with maximum student participation. The department also conducts activities for undergraduates to improve their reasoning skills, team work and presentations skills. The main areas of Forensic Medicine taught to undergraduates are medico-legal aspects of traumatology, toxicology, death related issues, medical ethics and professionalism.
This department at all times tries to maintain and build new relationships with different institutions with a view to improving services provided.
The staff of the Department of Forensic Medicine have diverse research interests which include many subspecialties of forensic medicine, related subjects and medical education. The department has created a friendly environment for students, staff, patients and visitors to enhance quality of education and provision of services..