Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine (IJFCM) publish a quarterly journal. It provides a forum for the rapid publication of topical articles on medicine and all clinical aspects of forensic medicine, community medicine Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine (IJFCM) explore all aspects ofand related specialties. The Journal carries definitive reviews, original communications, hypotheses, learning points of important issues, offering critical analysis and scientific appraisal. Modern day forensics, applying equally to children or adults, either living or the deceased. The range of topics covered includes forensic science, medicine, nursing, and pathology, as well as toxicology, human identification, mass disasters/mass war graves, profiling, imaging, policing, wound assessment, sexual assault, anthropology, forensic search, biology, and DNA. The journal also seeks to publish quality research in the fields of public health, community medicine, epidemiology, international health, reproductive and child health, occupational health, communicable and non-communicable diseases, family health, environment & health as well as demography. Forensic science and community medicine present a balance of forensic research/community based research and reviews from around the world to reflect modern advances through peer-reviewed papers, short communications, meeting proceedings and case reports. Aims & Scope: Ind J Forensic Community Med aim is to focus on current advancements in the field of forensic science and criminology. IJFCM is an important and reliable source of advanced information on developments in the field with an emphasis on publishing quality research articles rapidly and freely available to researchers worldwide. Our aim is to promote & publish the research work done in the field of medicine taking together all its disciplines & along with some of the pre-medical research fields. The Read More...
Current Volume : 5 , Issue 4 ,Year 2018
1) A cross sectional study on prevalence of depression and its socio-demographic correlates among elderly in rural India
Author : Ramesh D. Pawar, Kalpana M. Kale, Nandkeshav R Aswar, Shital Solanke
Page No : 210-214
Doi : 10.18231/2394-6776.2018.0048