ANALYSIS OF SEXUAL CRIMES COMMITTED IN THE STATE OF CEARÁ BETWEEN JANUARY 2020 AND JULY 2022
Carolina de Paiva Farias, Ana Manuela Diógenes Teixeira, Cristina Vasconcelos Linheiro, Rebeca Falcão Lopes Mourão, Silvia Barbosa Benevides
In Ceará, children and adolescents represent the main victims of sexual crimes. Analysis of crimes of sexual violence in Ceará, during the period from January 2020 to July 2022.
INCAPACITY FOR WORK DUE TO MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS IN BRAZILIAN SOCIAL SECURITY: A TEMPORAL ANALYSIS
Rebeca Soares Gomes, Brunna Victoria dos Santos Sá
This article presents a cross-sectional study that analyzed the temporal evolution of granting sickness benefits related to mental and behavioral disorders in Brazil, between 2006 and 2021. illness and absence from work.
DOCTORS’ ETHICAL AND LEGAL DUTY TO THE JEHOVAH’S PATIENT WITNESS
Mariana Dornelles Frassetto, Mauricio Moretto Salvaro, Iury Serra de Melo, Luan Bernardino Montes Santos, Lucas Souza Liberato, Luisa Rosler Grings, Luiz Vicente Antunes Zappelini, Maria Eduarda Ghedin Frassetto, Arthur Victor Vilela Barros, Mariani Laurentino Jesuíno Jesuíno, Paula Vitória Nuernberg
Blood transfusion in Jehovah’s Witnesses related to the physician’s duty in its legal and ethical sphere and the patient’s autonomy in contrast to its limit.
THE ROLE OF LEGAL MEDICINE OFFICIAL CRITERIA IN THE PREVENTION OF TORTURE
Marcela Sena Braga, Larissa Yano Souza Martins, Luiz Felipe Guimarães Gualberto Moreira, Felipe Peixoto Lasmar, Fernando Alves Esbérard Leite
The role of Legal Medicine towards victims of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment is essential because it seeks to bring symbolic reparation, in addition to contributing to society, trough the guarantee of truth, justice, memory and prevention of new episodes. The official requirements must be reformulated in order to contemplate the investigation of events and enable the creation of public policies.
TELEFORENSICS IN BRAZIL: LITERATURE REVIEW AND ANALYSIS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF FORENSIC MEDICINE
Renata Yumi Lima Konichi, Raísa Kyn Fujisawa
Telehealth is constantly growing and Forensic Medicine must follow this update, respecting ethical precepts and the integrity of the process. In this way, teleforensics is possible, but with limitations and precautions.
FORENSIC MEDICINE AND FORENSIC TAPHONOMY
Gabriel Ribeiro Sciuli de Castro, Ana Beatriz Araujo Duarte, Malanny Santos Araújo, Hellen Jesus Santos, José Vinícius Lima Santana, Lucas Henrique Oliveira Santos, Suzana Papile Maciel
It is called forensic taphonomy, the study of all the stages in which the human being passes after his death until fossilization. Thereby, with the forensic or legal medical interest.
CHARACTERISTICS OF INJURIES CAUSED BY LESS-LETHAL AMMUNITION SHOOTING: A HISTORICAL VIEW
orlando victorino de moura junior
this article aims to demonstrate the characteristics of injuries caused by shots of the commonly called “rubber bullets”. Despite being known as “less-lethal”, it was responsible for serious bodily injuries and even deaths.
MONKEYPOX AND ITS POSSIBLE MEDICAL AND LEGAL CONSEQUENCES
Carmen Silvia Molleis Galego Miziara, Carlos Henri Gomes Filho
Monkeypox is a disease caused by a virus of the genus Orthopoxvirus of the Poxviridae family, transmitted from animals to humans or between humans. On July 23, 2022, the WHO designated Monkeypox as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The consequences of this virus are of medico-legal interest.
SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS DUE TO DEPRESSIVE EPISODE IN BRAZIL (2008-2019)
Joao Silvestre Silva-Junior, Nilton da Silva Oliveira Junior, Ivan Dieb Miziara
Mental and behavioral disorders are the third leading cause of sickness disability benefits by the Brazilian National Social Security Institute (Instituto Nacional do Seguro Social – INSS). In this paper we present the frequency of social security benefits granted due to depression in Brazil between 2008 and 2019.
PREVALENCE OF WORK-RELATED MENTAL DISORDERS IN BRAZIL: A PRE AND POST-PANDEMIC COMPARISON
Anna Beatriz Vilas Boas Moreira, Daniel Nascimento Machado, Maria Clara Monteiro de Souza Lima, Raul Coelho Barreto Filho
This study aims to compare the prevalence of work-related mental disorders in Brazil between the pre and post-COVID-19 pandemic period.
ANALYSIS OF FEMICIDE IN THE STATE OF SÃO PAULO AND THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL ISOLATION DURING THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC
luma carolyne pires negrao de araujo
The objective of this study was to verify if there was a change in the rate of femicide in the state of São Paulo in the period from April to September 2018 and 2019 (pre-pandemic) and 2020 and 2021 (pandemic, in addition to evaluating the distribution of cases by regions of the state)
STRUCTURAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN CHILDREN VICTIMS OF CHILD ABUSE: A NARRATIVE REVIEW
carmen miziara, Antonio Frabetti Neto, Giuliana Soares Patricio Patricio, Victor Covolo Garcia Sanches, Gabriel Medeiros Corrêia Da Silva, Eduardo Felipe Rodrigues Koniz
”Structural and biochemical changes in victims of child abuse” And ”Structural and biochemical changes in victims of child neglect”