- Injuries in general. Documentation of injuries.
- Bitemark classifications.
- Legal responsability.
- Forensic aspects of traffic accidents, especially concerning the injuries of the face.
- Classification of asphyxia. Signs of asphyxia.
- The nature of biting (Why do people bite? Who are the main suspects in domestic violence?).
- Bitemark analyzing – methods and challenges.
- Mechanical, physical and chemical injuries.
- Closed population vs. open populations in bitemark analysis.
- Bitemark photography – methods and instruments.
- Types of childabuse.
- Abused child general indicators and psychological behavior In dental office.
- Abusing caretaker’s behavior in dental office.
- Dentist’s role when confronted with patient who is suffering from childabuse.
- Ante Mortem vs. Post Mortem records.
- The difference between the primary identifiers and secondary identifiers.
- Disaster Victim Identification – steps, types and challenges.
- Structure of dental team in a DVI operation.
- Dental identification in mass disaster.
- Dental identification during the Tsunami disaster vs. dental identification during the ship accident.
- Human identification (general).
- Types of mass disasters.
- Closure in mass disasters.
- Reasons of dentists being sued by patients.
- Dental malpractice.
- Steps of receiving a new patient in a dental office (administration, treatment planing).
- The Dentist’s Golden Rule.
- Serial killers.
- Age estimation (types, importance).
- Forensic DNA analysis.
- Determining the cause of death. Medico-legal investigation of death.
- Effects of temperature on the body (combustion, freezing, hypothermia).
Dr. Törő Klára – head of the Institute
Dr. Almádi Zsófia – educational advisor
Dr. Ajang Armin Farid – forensic odontologist