This journal happens to be the first online journal devoted to the specialty of forensic medicine and Toxicology. It is now regularly visited by over 5000 visitors daily. These visitors are mostly forensic professionals and toxicologists from all parts of the world.
The journal has on its editorial board, prominent forensic practitioners and toxicologists from every continent of this world. Many forensic professionals around the world now consider this journal a veritable symbol of international unity, co-operation and harmony among forensic scientists around the world.
From its very inception, the journal is catering not only to experts and professionals, but also to undergraduates studying forensic science and forensic medicine in their curricula. From time to time, important reading material especially relevant to undergraduates is being published in the journal. Here is a full index of all educational material published for the undergraduates in this journal till date.
Age estimation in the living - Some medicolegal considerations, by Anil Aggrawal, India [Vol 1, No. 2 : July - December 2000]
Vol 1, no 2 - the issue in which this material appears [Vol. 1, No. 2 : July - December 2000]
Introduction to forensic medicine and legal procedures prevalent in India, by Anil Aggrawal, India [Vol 2, No. 1 : January - June 2001]
Vol 2, no 1 - the issue in which this material appears [Vol 2, No. 1 : January - June 2001]
Exhumation - Medical and Legal Aspects, by Anil Aggrawal, India [Vol 2, No. 2 : July - December 2001]
Vol 2, no 2 - the issue in which this material appears [Vol 2, No. 2 : July - December 2001]
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Professor Anil Aggrawal
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Please click here to visit the cumulative index of postgraduate section.
(N.B. The journal has been acclaimed as one of the best online medical journals by several authorities including the prestigious British Medical Journal (Volume 324, 9 February, 2002, at page 372 - in the column "NETLINES').
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