Aims and scope
This journal is published to expand the academic activities and spread the knowledge, ideas and latest
research in the field of ethics, trauma, and victimology. This journal publishes original research papers, review
articles, case reports, letters to the editor and review of books on ethics, trauma, and victimology. This journal
is supported by the Society for Prevention of Injuries and Corporal Punishment (SPIC) and Indo Pacific
Academy of Forensic Nursing Science (INPAFNUS). This journal is supporting the aims of the SPIC and the
INPAFNUS. This journal also highlights the achievements of the SPIC, INPAFNUS and their members.
This journal covers the various aspects of ethics, evidence-based medical ethics, ethical dilemmas and
various dynamic issues related to ethics. It also covers the ethical issues related to Forensic Nursing Science,
Forensic Odontology, and Forensic Psychiatry. It also covers the ethical aspects of Toxicology including
Environmental Pollution. It covers issues related to all sorts of corporal punishment and their prevention,
particularly in schools. It covers physical as well as psychological aspects of trauma and clinical forensic
medicine related to all types of injuries and prevention of injuries. It covers all aspects of victimology including
etiology, crime scene investigation, and prosecution.

Vol 6 No 01 (2020): International Journal of Ethics, Trauma and Victimology

Published: 2020-06-30

An overview of sexual assault cases in Bangladesh

Md. Syedur Rahaman Sumon, Mustafa Sumon Al Rashid, Ferdows Ara Mollika, Moushumi Taher Asha, Bijoy Prokash Biswas, Md. Zamilur Rahman, Md. Belayet Hossain Khan

10-14

Mastery learning of toxicology life support skills by nurses and doctors, utilizing simulation technology in Nepal

Vivekanshu Verma, Ajay Thapa, Narendra Nath Jena, S. Senthilkumaran, Devendra Richhariya, Prateek Rastogi, Vijay Vasudev Pillay

15-21

Medical examination of sexual assault cases and related law

Pramod Tiwari, Lalchand Verma, Harshvardhan Tiwari, Reicha Joshi

22-26

Current Scenario of Euthanasia in India

Pardeep Singh, Avtar Singh Gill, Vikram Lakhanpal, Pankaj Gupta, Vinod Kumar

27-30

Prediction methods for soft tissue structures in forensic facial reconstruction: A review for reconstruction of nose, eyes, mouth and ears

Sonali Kadam, Bhavana Murjani, Easwaran Ramaswami, Vijayalaxmi Nimma, Rohini Bhosale, Pranoti Kausadikar, Reshma Saju

31-39

Risks, hazards and safety in mortuaries

Mohammed Sarosh Khan, M Gulam Hasan, Rakesh K Gorea

40-50

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