Editorial

Dear Forensic Scientists,

We are here with the third issue of the Bulletin of Forensic Medicine in 2020. The year 2020 is quite challenging for humanity, especially the pandemic. With this issue you are reading, we are leaving 25 years behind. For the first time in our journal history, we published the special issue of COVID 19 under the editorship of Ümit Ünüvar. When the corona epidemic started in April 2020, we made a call in the media to have a medical autopsy involving immuno molecular examination of the cases found. If our call had been reciprocated, today, the world would be talking about the series of autopsies in our country, and we would be able to make a significant scientific contribution to the treatment and vaccine discovery process of the disease. We welcome autopsies and similar studies, which are very limited in this field of study in our country, to our international Journal.

In this issue of our Journal, we are happy to share with you 12 articles from various disciplines from forensic science. Our Journal is published in Turkish this year as well as in English. While our Journal website is accessed from many countries, we are also pleased to see the citation of the articles by referring to them. With the increase in the number of articles coming to our Journal and from various disciplines, we are taking confident steps towards becoming the scientific platform of forensic medicine and forensic sciences.

Life continues to show us each day how important it is to make the quality of science that can open new horizons in literature and art visible and how significant merit is in the field of forensic sciences.

With the awareness that science is the only way in building the forensic sciences of the future, and with the hope to raise the scientific quality of our Journal even higher together, I wish that it will continue to be a common platform where the most up-to-date studies in the field of Forensic Medicine and Forensic Sciences are shared.

Prof. Dr. Halis Dokgöz

Editor

Published: Dec 19, 2020

The Effect of Psychiatric Consultations on Forensic Reports and Trial Process

Dec 19, 2020
161-166
Orhan Meral, Nusret Ayaz

The Evaluation of Violence Perception and Approaches to Women in Law Faculty Students

Dec 19, 2020
167-175
Kağan Gürpınar, Işıl Pakiş, Cem Terece, Mehmet Oğuz Polat

The Components to Be Considered In The Evaluation of Disability Rate Related to Traffic Accident In The Light of The Supreme Court's Decisions

Dec 19, 2020
176-181
Ahsen Kaya, Cemil Çelik, Ekin Özgür Aktaş, Hülya Güler, Ender Şenol

Comparison of the Regulations Used in the Assessment of Vocational Permanent Disability Rates and Disability Rates

Dec 19, 2020
182-190
İbrahim Eroğlu, Ahmet Küpeli

Investigation of the Emergency Physicians’ Exposure to Violence and Forensic Events

Dec 19, 2020
191-197
Erhan Kaya, Ferdi Tanır

The Effect Of Traumatic Life Events On Traffic Rules: Evaluation in the Context of Driving with Under Effect of Alcohol

Dec 19, 2020
198-205
Aslı Yeşil, Yusuf Tunç Demircan, Ahmet Tamer Aker

A Forensic Responsibility: The Examination of Decision Making Strategies and Problem Solving Skills of Probation Officers

Dec 19, 2020
206-222
Mehmet Aykut Erk, Sunay Fırat

Gender Estimation in Anatolian Population from Scapula Measurements Using Volume Rendering Technique with 3D Computerized Tomography

Dec 19, 2020
223-229
Hasan Tetiker, Ceren Uğuz Gençer

Childhood Injuries; Educational and Forensic Dimension

Dec 19, 2020
230-238
Makbule Kurt, Prof. Dr. Işıl Pakiş

Ludwig's Angina Resulting in Mortality: an Autopsy Case

Dec 19, 2020
239-242
Jamal Musayev, Adalat Hasanov, Mahmud Baghirzade, Parvin Hasanova

Re-Autopsy: Dealing with Almost Impossibility?

Dec 19, 2020
243-248
Melike Erbaş, Yasemin Balcı

A Rare Case of Congenital Pericardial Cyst Detected Postmortem

Dec 19, 2020
249-252
Berk Gün, Cemil Çelik, Gözde Yeşiltepe, Esra Gürlek Olgun, Mehmet Tokdemir