Received: 31 October 2017
Accepted: 3 May 2018
First Online: 14 May 2018
: Simon Martin Manyanza Nzilibili, RN, BScN, is a placement and capacity building officer at the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children in the Division of Nursing and Midwifery Services, Tanzania. Well experienced in policies, guidelines and SOPs development; supervising, mentoring, supporting and paving nursing developmental opportunities in improving nursing and general health care. Currently; Masters candidate in Forensic Science at the Post-graduate School of the Airlangga University, Surabaya – Indonesia; prepared to linking scientific and health/medical principles to community demanded criminal, civil and societal inquiries.Moh. Kurniadi Hendry Ekodiyanto, Holder of Bachelor of Science in Nursing with experience in community youth institutional league. Currently; Masters candidate in Forensic Science at the Post-graduate School of the Airlangga University, Surabaya – Indonesia; visioned to crime scene investigation and human identification.Pudji Hardjanto, LLB and trained Police Officer and Crime Scene Investigator. Experience in a crime scene investigation in the police forces criminal and investigative department since 1994, finger print, crime scene and human identification visiting and honorary teacher. Currently; Masters candidate in Forensic Science at the Post-graduate School of the Airlangga University, Surabaya – Indonesia.Dr. Ahmad Yudianto, PhD, MMed, MD, Forensic Science and medico-legal Specialist. Is a Lecturer and head of the Forensic Science Master Program of the University of Airlangga since 2010/11 and Specialist Doctor’s education program since 2015. Researcher in Human Genetics; forensic, medico-legal and expert witness since 2007.
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