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IP International Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicological Sciences


Early clinical exposure of medicolegal cases to 2nd MBBS students in forensic medicine


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Article Type : Research Article

Author Details: Swapnil Patond*,Abhishek Ingole,Tripti Srivastava,Sudhir Ninave,Prakash Mohite

Volume : 4

Issue : 1

Online ISSN : 2456-9615

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Article First Page : 19

Article End Page : 21


Abstract

The National medical commission bill 2017 mainly focused to provide high standard medical education along with clinical teaching in early medical profession, which is helpful in student more competent in actual handling medicolegal cases amongst students during the second MBBS course. Clinical exposure to various medicolegal cases in forensic medicine helpful in getting better understating about actual handling the medicolegal cases. Early clinical exposure has been compared with routine didactic teaching method, is found to be more helpful to students. Early clinical exposure helps in understanding the topic and clears the ideas of students. The present study was carried out in JNMC Wardha. The total of 70 students participated in this study. This is helpful to raise the perception, awareness about various medicolegal cases. A group of students were exposed to clinical teaching and autopsy demonstration. The group of 70 students was accompanied by the expert from Forensic Medicine department. A various Medico-legal case of Injuries and poisoning which were taught during routine diadactic lectures to students of second MBBS students. From the present study it is clear that clinical teaching and actual handling of the medicolegal cases will definitely improves the skill and knowledge of students and improves the medicolegal work quality.

Keywords: Medicolegal cases, Early clinical exposure, Didactic teaching.

Doi :-https://doi.org/10.18231/j.ijfmts.2019.005