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Forensic Antropology
 
Project of Medical School Split (Health School Split)
 

    Participating Schools:  1. Medical School Split (Health School Split)
2.
 
Date:  March 16th 2018
 
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Katija Biskupović (katija.biskupovic@skole.hr), Medical School Split
2.

 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Sanja Perić (sanja.peric3@skole.hr), Medical School Split
2.
 
Leader School:  Medical School Split (Health School Split)
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Lea Žurić, Medical School Split
2. Katarina Šimunović
, Medical School Split
3.

 
Target Group: 
 
Grades 2 and 3 
 
Project Objectives: 
 
Define anthropology and forensics.
Link anthropological discoveries with forensic needs.
Describe changes to bones that can help the forensic needs (age, gender, bone disease, causes of death).
 
Tasks: 
 

Understand the importance of developing anthropology and forensics.
Get acquainted with the findings of anthropology in the bony system.
Distinguish the skeleton's anatomical appearance and its pathological changes.
Investigate pathological changes in bones that can help with forensic processing.
 

Collaborators:  Schools, mentors, students, Employees of the University of Split forensic science, Employees of the Institute for Pathology KBC Split
 
Place of implementation:  Schools, University study in forensic science in Split, Department of Pathology KBC Split.
 
Duration (phases):  April – october 2018
 
Expected Results:  Learn about the importance of knowing the anatomy of the bone system
Learn to recognize pathological changes in the bone system.
Understand the connectivity of anthropology and forensics.
 
Risk Factors:

Lack of associates. Incorrect task execution. Lack of financial resources.


    
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PROJECT GOAL
Define anthropology and forensics. Link anthropological discoveries with forensics needs.
Describe changes to bones that can help the forensic needs (age, gender, bone disease, causes of death).


PROJECT TASKS
Answer the questions:
   
- explain the importance of the development of anthropology and forensics
   - describe the bone system
   - to introduce the findings of anthropology in the bone system.
   - to distinguish anatomical skeleton shape and its pathological changes.
   - investigate pathological changes in bone which can help in forensic treatment.


PROJECT PHASES

This year we answer questions:

1. EXPLAIN THE IMPORTANCE OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANTROPOLOGY AND FORENZICS
   - define anthropology
   - define forensics
   - to establish the link between anthropology and forensics.
Students participating in the project are studying the default topics in the recommended literature, with constantly changing and comparing the revealed.


2. DESCRIBE THE BONE SYSTEM
   
- indicate the division of the bones
    - explain bone structure
    - explain bone functions.
Students participating in the project will repeat the knowledge gained through the subject of anatomy and physiology of the bone system and produce a brief overview of the learned through the presentation.


3. WARNING ANTROPOLOGY OBSERVATIONS IN A BONE SYSTEM
- identify the ways of ossification
- detect age and sex of a person according to bone appearance.
Students participating in the project together with the mentors are conducting an exploration of age and sex at sceleton at the Forensic Science Institute of the University of Split.


4. REVEAL THE ANATOMIC EVIDENCE OF SCELETON AND HIS PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES
   
- identify bones of signs of aging and pathological changes
    - recognize the consequences of accidental trauma and deliberate injury.
Students participating in the project together with the mentors are conducting research on the discovery of signs of age, pathological changes and trauma at the KBC Split Clinic for Pathology.


5. EXPLORE PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES ON BONES WHICH MAY HELP FOR A FORENZIAL PROCESS
   
- to associate changes in bones with the needs of forensic processing.
The students participating in the project together with the mentors are conducting a research on the connection of changes in bones with the needs of forensic treatment at the Forensic Science Institute of the University of Split.


    
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