FORENSIC MEDICINE

Degree course: 
Corso di Long single cycle degree (5 years) in GIURISPRUDENZA
Academyc year when starting the degree: 
2015/2016
Year: 
5
Academyc year when helding the course: 
2019/2020
Course type: 
Supplementary compulsory subjects
Language: 
Italian
Credits: 
6
Period: 
First Semester
Standard lectures hours: 
35
Detail of lecture’s hours: 
Lesson (35 hours)
Requirements: 

there are no requirements

La verifica avviene mediante prova orale basata su domande relative alle parti del programma, il voto finale è espresso in trentesimi e tiene conto dell’esattezza e qualità delle risposte (70%) e della padronanza nell’utilizzo della terminologia e del ragionamento medico-legale (30%)

Assessment: 
Voto Finale

The student must demonstrate that he acquired knowledge of the legal implications of charitable activities, as well as of the assistance that the health care can provide the administration of justice through advice and expertise. He will therefore have knowledge of the regulatory requirements of the health professions, crimes which require the physician to submit report / complaint of an offense to the court, the main laws concerning health and welfare sector, and the terminology and the medical examiner's reasoning.

health professions (requirements, control and legal framework) - Law 833/78 - TSV (informed consent, need, hints of laws notwithstanding art. 5 cc) / TSO (coercive and non-coercive) - Professional secrecy - medical records - certifications - report / reporting the crime (the office prosecutable crimes of sanitary interest, law 66/96, ill-treatment) - maternal and child protection (law 194/78, law 40/04, protecting working mothers) - law 104/92, disability - social security (INPS-INAIL) - signs of thanatology, traumatology, asfissiologia, judicial inspection, personal identification - attribution (accidents on apportionment factors - expertise - social dangerousness) - ability to act (incapacitation, disqualification , support administration - CTU) - professional liability - personal injury - causation in forensics - Addiction – mobbing

health professions (requirements, control and legal framework) - Law 833/78 - TSV (informed consent, need, hints of laws notwithstanding art. 5 cc) / TSO (coercive and non-coercive) - Professional secrecy - medical records - certifications - report / reporting the crime (the office prosecutable crimes of sanitary interest, law 66/96, ill-treatment) - maternal and child protection (law 194/78, law 40/04, protecting working mothers) - law 104/92, disability - social security (INPS-INAIL) - signs of thanatology, traumatology, asfissiologia, judicial inspection, personal identification - attribution (accidents on apportionment factors - expertise - social dangerousness) - ability to act (incapacitation, disqualification , support administration - CTU) - professional liability - personal injury - causation in forensics - Addiction – mobbing

J. M. BIRKHOFF, Nozioni di medicina legale. Uno strumento per le professioni medico-sanitarie e giuridiche, Franco Angeli, Milano, 2011

The training objectives of the course will be achieved through frontal lessons for a total of 35 hours, in which both the topics of the program and any practical examples will be dealt with.

receipt by appointment requested via email: jutta.birkhoff@uninsubria.it

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