The knowledge and skills developed during the specialty program in Forensic Medicine enable graduates to enter the workplace in institutions responsible for the procurement and delivery of local, federal and even international justice, where the forensic specialist issues technical scientific documents of a forensic medical nature. On May 12, 1879, Luis Hidalgo y Carpio, an eminent Mexican physician of the nineteenth century, whom his contemporaries considered the best forensic doctor of his time, died in Mexico City.[1] As a forerunner of forensic medicine in Mexico, he was also a great disseminator of health knowledge, as he was the founder and editor-in-chief of the Medical Gazette of Mexico. On the day of his death, his colleagues and relatives organized a funeral evening in the auditorium of the Academy of Medicine, of which he was president in 1867. The tribute was attended by important personalities and authorities of the time, who recognized the work of Hidalgo y Carpio, who invited his students to be ideal doctors and dedicated his life to public health and medicine with humility, generosity and solidarity. His contributions to the development and dissemination of national and international medicine constitute his greatest legacy as a pioneer in the democratization of health. Hidalgo y Carpio was born on March 18, 1818. In 1838, he enrolled at the Institute of Medical Sciences in Mexico City and graduated as a surgeon in 1843. He was professionally trained as part of the educational reform by Valentín Gómez Farías, who, as vice president of Mexico in 1833, decreed the merger of the careers of medicine and surgery, from which the first surgeons graduated. The doctor from Puebla studied botany because he was interested in herbalism from an early age. He also practiced clinical medicine, treated patients directly, and was interested in the integration of teaching, legal knowledge in his profession – he was a forensic pathologist, forensic expert – and the dissemination of medicine, of which he became editor of specialized publications on health issues. Make the legal classification of violations according to the penal code in force.

Training of highly qualified medical specialists in forensic medicine with a multidisciplinary approach, distinguished by their professional skills, able to identify, analyze, investigate and resolve medico-legal issues raised in the administration of justice, in strict compliance with human, ethical, technical and professional principles. He was secretary of the College of Medicine and professor of internal pathology, pharmacology, physiology, outpatient clinic and forensic medicine, during the American invasion he was a military surgeon. Between 1850 and 1874, he was responsible for the management of the newly founded San Pablo Hospital and served for more than a decade on the Supreme Board of Health, founded in 1841. In 1871, at the Juárez Hospital in Mexico, he performed the first removal of the anus and part of the rectum perineally in America and was the first in the world to perform a ligation of the omentum in the hernias of this membrane. He also distinguished himself by his method of controlling inflammation of the membrane surrounding the lungs. To his experience, he added forensic medicine and forensics. [2] Luis Hidalgo y Carpio began writing in 1842, during which he published twelve academic articles in the Journal of the Mexican Academy of Medicine. In 1869 he wrote the text Introduction to the Study of Forensic Medicine, a collection and analysis of his experiences as a residency, which was used as a textbook at the National School of Medicine. In 1877 he concluded his essay with the Compendium of Forensic Medicine, a text of great importance for his time, which forms the basis of the subject of the same name, which was taught in 1878.

This makes him a pioneer in this field in Mexico and his writings related to study. Recognize different mental states with legal implications for referral to the forensic psychiatrist. In the 1870s, as a member of the National Academy of Medicine, he distinguished himself as editor of the publication of the distinguished group of nationally recognized physicians: the Medical Gazette of Mexico, whose editorial line was characterized by freedom and expression and variety of articles presented, as long as they were based on the scientific method. This publication contained not only documents in Spanish, but also articles in other languages such as French – since important pathologists and physiologists such as León Coindet were members of the association. In addition to the publication of the Gazette, Luis Hidalgo y Carpio published about 54 works from the first volume (1864) to the fourteenth volume (1879, the year of his death). His articles include “Forensic Medical Classification of Wounds”, “Pathological Anatomy”, “Treatment of Croup by Inhalation of Wet Mercury-Sulfide Vapours”, “Typhoid” and “Biliary Tumor Successfully Operated by Indirect Puncture”[3], examples that explain the extensive knowledge of the Puebla doctor. CLASSROOMS OF THE POSTGRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEARCH SECTION OF THE IPN MESS Support from competent authorities in so-called sexual crimes. THE TEACHERS WHO MAKE UP THE TEACHING STAFF ARE AS FOLLOWS: SINCE 1985, 15 GENERATIONS HAVE GRADUATED IN THE MONDAY TO FRIDAY MORNING AND EVENING OR NIGHT MODALITY.

At the end of the program, graduates will have a solid comprehensive education with theoretical and practical knowledge in forensic medicine capable of practicing it to support the achievement and delivery of justice objectively, impartially and with ethical values, as well as the skills, attitudes and abilities that enable them to serve society. Recognize different drug dependencies from a clinical perspective. M in C. Gilberto Ibarra Mora y Esp. Oscar Alfredo Moscosa Perez PROFESSORS PARTICIPATING IN THE PROGRAM OF THE INSTITUTE OF FORENSIC SCIENCES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE FEDERAL DISTRICT The structure of the Federal Procurator for the Defence of Labour has the Sub-Directorate for Forensic Medicine, to which medical experts registered with the Federal Conciliation and Arbitration Commission are affiliated, which issues opinions on: These expert opinions serve as a basis for the preparation of claims and as expert evidence in labour disputes heard by the Federal Conciliation and Arbitration Commission. This is done in order to obtain the benefits to which you are entitled under social security legislation. Location: Graduate and Graduate Testing and Research Section Diagnose the cause of death after autopsy and provide data to distinguish between murder, suicide, accident and non-violent death. Assistance to authorities in matters of professional liability. [1] [2] [3] María Eugenia Rodríguez Perez, “Luis Hidalgo y Carpio, editor of Gaceta Médica de México (1818-1879)”, Gac Méd Méx Vol.

146 No. 2 (2009): 159-166. The number of students accepted every two years is a maximum of twenty-one minimum of two. Since its opening in 1985, a total of 445 people have enrolled in the forensic pathology program, 394 of whom have completed it (1985-2012). Candidates must be qualified surgeons or holders of a medical degree, with analytical and reflective skills in the expert field, with an attitude of teamwork, responsibility, honesty and institutional respect, with a vocation of service in obtaining and delivering justice, and possessing oral and written expression skills and availability of time. Location: Subdirección Pericial del Instituto de Ciencias Forenses 6 GENERACIONES EN MODO DE FIN DE SEMANA, ESTO BAJO ACUERDO CON LAS INSTITUCIONES DE PROCURACIÓN Y IMPARTACIÓN DE JUSTICIA DE ALGUNOS ESTADOS DE LA REPUBLICA MEXICANA, CON LA PROCURADURIA GENERAL DE LA REPÚBLICA Y LA SECRETARIA DE SALUD DEL GOBIERNO DEL DISTRITO FEDERAL. It is developed in a classroom school for four semesters, during which the thematic content of each subject is taught in the institutions of the College of Medicine and the Institute of Forensic Sciences, where students acquire the theoretical knowledge and skills necessary for daily practice under the guidance and experience of specialists in forensic medicine and related disciplines. To be the national reference forensic training institution with the highest standards of academic, teaching and research quality.