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:: Aims & Scope ::
 | Post date: 2020/04/6 | 

The strategic goals of publishing the scientific-research journal of police medicine are the following:

1- In various fields of science related to forensic medicine under a single research institute.
2- Conflicts between the various deputies of the police headquarter.
3- Conflicts between police headquarter and native and international universities.
4- Avoid conducting parallel research in the field of police medicine.
5- Appropriate distribution of human, hardware, and financial resources based on a prioritized plan.
6- Adequate research platform for the growing needs of the police headquarter
7- Ability to conduct large-scale and comprehensive research in its entirety.

According to the above objectives, the scientific-research journal of police medicine in the following subject areas to accept original research articles, short research, types of review articles; Narrative, systematic and meta-analysis, case reports, and letters to the editor:

  • Forensics (identification; toxicology; and thanatology)
  • Traffic medicine (driver screening; driver health certification; physical and psychological effects of traffic)
  • Forensic medical emergencies (pre-hospital; hospital; health in disasters; relief and transportation)
  • Urban epidemics (management and control of urban epidemics in times of crisis)
  • Addiction and substance abuse (rapid and ultra-rapid detection methods; prevention of substance abuse; principles of treatment)
  • Police psychology (psychology of crime and delinquency, psychology of disorder and violent behaviors, psychology of social groups, mental health of police staff)
  • Police health (health education; soldiers and police stations health; nutrition and water hygiene; an anthropometric study in designing supplies)
  • Injuries related to police headquarter activities (accidents caused by firearms; occupational injuries; ballistic medicine)
  • Crisis medicine (urban health crisis management; crisis epidemic control, consequences, health, treatment, and crisis management)
  • Ethics of police medicine (medical ethics in the health and treatment of police employees; medical ethics in dealing with the accused)
  • Management of Forensic Medicine (Impact of Management Styles; Evaluation of police Health Centers)
  • Technologies related to police medicine (basic pharmaceutical and equipment studies of police medicine; new diagnostic and treatment methods related to various fields of police medicine; modern engineering of military and field hospitals; biotechnology related to police medicine; bioinformatics applications in police medicine, genetics)
  • Medical exemptions
  • Terror medicine (sabotage and terrorist acts and differences in its evaluation, treatment, care, management, and administration)
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