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Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

Vol. 10, No. 2, July - December 2009

Forthcoming Forensic Conferences

 XXXI ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE INDIAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC MEDICINE - FORENSIC MEDICON - 2010

Dr. D.S.Badkur
Dr. D.S.Badkur, Organizing Secretary [Please click to enlarge]
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Medicolegal Institute Home (Police) Department & Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Gandhi Medical Colleeg, Bhopal-462001, Madhya Pradesh (India) will be organizing the XXXI Annual Conference of the Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (Forensic Medicon 2010) at Bhopal (India), from 6th to 8th February 2010.

A Continuing Medical Education (C.M.E.) programme would be held on 6th February, which would be mainly helpful for postgraduate students and young experts. The topics of the CME are "Legal Aspects of Medical Practice in present scenario" and "Sexually transmitted infections Treatment - Legal and Ethical Issues". The registration fee for the CME is Rs.1000/- only. It is to be charged from those who will be registering only for the C.M.E. The registered delegates of the Conference need not pay separate registration fee for this.

The conference is ably supported by Professor Dr. D.K.Satpathy (cell: 09425007350) and Dr. Mrs. Arneet Arora (cell: 09303100948). The organizing committee can be contacted at forensicmediconbhopal@yahoo.com. Please see below for the complete brochure. Please click pics to enlarge brochure.

The Scientific Sessions of the Conference include many interesting topics. Have a sampling
Dates: 6-8 February, 2010

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The complete conference brochure (Click pics to enlarge)
Topics
1. Forensic Osteology and Dentistry
2. Quality Management in Sexual Assault Cases
3. Interesting Aspects of Injuries
4. Interesting Case Reports
5. Environmental Health Hazards
6. Organ Transplantation from human cadavers
7. Role of Forensic Nursing to improve quality of
medico-legal work
8. Critical analysis of brain mapping and truth serum
9. Recent Advances in Forensic Medicine and
Toxicology
10. Advancement in Teaching of Forensic Medicine
11. Uniformity in Medicolegal Practices
12. Medicolegal Aspects of Genetic research in
Human Beings
13. Forensic Dentistry
14 Medical Aspects of Terrorism and Its Management

Abstract (not more than 250 words) must be submitted by 31st October 2009, and Full paper to be submitted by 30th November, 2009. Fee for Indian delegates is mentioned in the brochure (please see brochure along with). For foreign delegates, the registration charges will be $500 inluding accomodation for 3 days in a heritage hotel.

Dr. D.S.Badkur
Dr. D.S.Badkur, Organizing Secretary, in his excellent museum. One of the off-shoots of attending this conference is that the registrants would be able to see the excellent forensic museum in his department. This museum is among the very best in the entire world [Please click to enlarge].

Please download the abstract form by clicking here

Please download the accommodation form by clicking here

Please download the registration form by clicking here

Dr. D.S. Badkur (cell: 09425300998) promises a very comfortable and fruitful stay at Bhopal. Besides your academic appetite, the organizers hope to whet your appetite for sight seeing also. The city of Bhopal symbolises spiritual heritage of the people of Madhya Pradesh. Over the years, it has developed into a religious, cultural and commercial centre.

Bhopal is a rich cultural center. In a poetic way, it is often said that Bhopal is known for its Purdah (veil which women cover their faces with) and Zardah (A special kind of tobacco product). Residents of Bhopal are popularly known as Bhopalis, and are among the most loveable persons around the world. Many people remember the famous character of Surma Bhopali (Surma, the resident of Bhopal) in the blockbuster film Sholay.

E-mail :forensicmediconbhopal@yahoo.com



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