This Expert Evidence chapter provides the reader with information about the principles and practice of forensic medicine. It commences with a description of forensic medical practice, the organisation and the training of its practitioners and the various fields of practice. Following this is a description of the principles of practice and a description of the conduct of a forensic medical consultation. It then deals with two components of medical practice that are specific to the practice of forensic medicine – injury interpretation and specimen collection.
Last updated: 2012
Updated by: David Wells OAM, MA, MBBS, Dip Obst, DMJ, Grad Cert Higher Ed, FRACGP and Sanjeev Gaya MBBS, DMJ, MFFLM
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