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Oxford Handbook of Forensic Medicine – Forensic medicine covers an amazing range of different subjects and no single individual can expect to be an expert in all of them. The Oxford Handbook of Forensic Medicine provides comprehensive coverage of all areas within this complex discipline.
Written for specialists and non-specialists alike, it will appeal to practising forensic scientists, as well as lawyers, police officers, and forensic science students. It shows how forensic medicine has been used in specific cases enabling the reader to apply their knowledge in real life.
A detailed glossary of medical terms helps those without medical training to understand medical reports and practices.
This easily-portable guide is essential reading for the busy clinical forensic doctor or nurse, and others working at the interface between medicine and law.
Table of Contents – Oxford Handbook of Forensic Medicine
1. Scope of forensic medicine
2. Forensic aspects of death
3. Forensic autopsy
5. Forensic pathology of physical injury
6. The police custody unit
7. Life-threatening emergencies in custody
8. Assessing and managing illness in custody
9. Assessing and managing injury in custody
10. Traffic law and medicine
11. Adult sexual assault
12. Child abuse and neglect
13. Psychiatric aspects
14. Forensic toxicology
15. Forensic science
- A guide for specialists and non-specialists who need to understand forensic basic forensic principles
- Features case studies using real examples to show how principles can be applied
- Combines both forensic medicine – dealing with the living – and forensic pathology – dealing with the dead – for a comprehensive guide
- Includes a glossary of medical terms for those working in the legal profession
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About the Author – Oxford Handbook of Forensic Medicine
Having trained in Emergency Medicine, Jonathan Wyatt undertook two years of research in Forensic Medicine which resulted in an MD from the University of Edinburgh. Jonathan has undertaken clinical forensic work both in Scotland and England since 1996 and provides expert forensic opinions. He works as a consultant in Emergency Medicine in Cornwall and has a strong academic interest, with more than 100 publications in peer reviewed journals.
Dr Guy Norfolk was the founding President of the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians of London and is Consultant Forensic Physician to Avon and Somerset Constabulary. He chaired the Education and Research Committee of the Association of Forensic Physicians and was the former forensic medical advisor to the Police Complaints Authority. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine and he lectures frequently at induction and development training courses for forensic physicians.
In addition to publishing various articles in the field of clinical forensic medicine he has also contributed eight chapters to textbooks on related topics.