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Forensic Medicine of the Lower Extremity

Discussion in 'Podiatry and Related Books' started by admin, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. admin

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    Forensic Medicine of the Lower Extremity
    Jeremy Rich, Dorothy E. Dean, Robert H. Powers

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    438 pages; Humana Press; 2005

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  2. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

  3. Soux

    Soux Member

    I would like to do an Msc in Forensic Medicine of the Lower Limb, (preferably on line). Can anyone help/advise me how I can do this please?
    Soux
     
  4. jgbu

    jgbu Member

    Glasgow Caledonian University is currently looking to provide a course such as this but it is unlikely that it will all be online as so much of the subject area is practical. Currently it is at an early stage of development but is likley to be approved and validated by the start of Septmeber next year (2010) with the likes of Wes Vernon taking part as a speaker/lecturer

    Contact Gordon Burrow at J.G.Burrow@gcal.ac.uk for more details or to be kept on their mailing list
     
  5. Soux

    Soux Member

    Thank you jgbu, this information is useful. I love this site! Suddenly the world of Podiatry doesn't seem so lonely anymore!
    Cheers
     
  6. Sammo

    Sammo Active Member

    As an aside, if you have a couple of minutes spare....

    When my fiancee lived in New Cross in London, her apartment got burgled. On the way in there was a communal hallway where one of her neighbours had left a brand new pair of trainers. The burgler stole these shoes, put them on and then cleaned out my fiancees flat of a Wii, few bottles of sprits, passports, digital camera and a couple of other trinkets (they left my tailored suit alone, which clearly meant they had no taste..:boxing:). As it turned out the guy had tons of previous burglary/theft and was a heroin addict.

    When the forensics team turned up they found the perps old shoes in the communal bins, in the box with the new trainers came in. The police caught him a few months later on DNA evidence from his old shoes.. but then he was let off without even so much as a slap on the wrists, because they couldn't prove in court he was actually inside my fiancees apartment, despite the fact that the trainers he took were from inside the locked communal front door and literally right outside my fiancees frontdoor :craig:

    So, it's wonderful that the british police are using DNA evidence to catch criminals, but a shame that the pissy awful english justice system let them go. :boohoo:

    Sam
     
  7. Tkemp

    Tkemp Active Member

    Does anyone know if there is a Forensics Podiatry course available in Australia?

    Thanks
     
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