Principles of Forensic Medicine
Rok vydání: 1996
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A guide for the forensic clinician dealing with front-line police surgeon work, which sets out clearly and concisely the standards of best practice in forensic medicine. Additionally, the book explains the practicalities and difficulties of the work and practices of a police surgeon for police personnel, lawyers and others, for whom an understanding of clinical forensic medicine is vital. It stresses throughout the importance of communication, consent, disclosure, record keeping and statement writing, and also the importance of the role of the forensic physician in court.