Theme “Role of Forensic Science in Development, Sustainability & Conservation”
The content of the training will consist of both theoretical and practical sessions on different aspects of medico-legal casework including forensic DNA analysis, toxicology, autopsy, postmortem imaging, tissue/organ transplantation, forensic physical evidences, forensic anthropology, psycho-trauma, etc.
Lectures and workshop in psychology included(not limited to):
- Psychotrauma in post-genocide Rwanda
- Psychosocial and mental health needs in refugee population
- PTSD and legal medicine
- Investigation and prosecution of GBV cases,
- Child abuse
- Psychotrauma(Trauma vs PTSD)and psychotrauma treatment(2.5 days workshop)
Lectures were delivered by experts from the Institute of Legal Medicine/UKE-Hamburg University and the University of Rwanda.
The participants included medical doctors, medical students, postgraduate students, laboratory scientists/technicians, biologists, clinical psychologists, pharmacists.
Venue and dates
Hotel Nobleza – Kigali, August 22nd-25th, 2016.