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Jouer plays during Live Autopsy, storm on social media – Medicine

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Jouer plays during Live Autopsy, storm on social media – Medicine

TRIESTE – Forensic doctors busy dancing and having fun to the tune of “Gioca Jouer” by Claudio Cecchetto, while cutting up corpses and their parts. There is a lot of discussion about a video that has recently gone viral on social networks in which, apparently during a national course of the Italian Society of Forensic Medicine, professors from well-known Italian universities can be recognized dancing, singing and filming the banquet with their cell phones during the carrying out of autopsy examinations – advertised on the web as an innovative “Live Autopsy” session – by a group of colleagues who see each other in the same classroom and who appear to be demonstrating some dance steps in their turn. The video also reached the devices of numerous forensic doctors from other faculties who asked for a formal position, first on the veracity of the video and, then, on possible disciplinary measures, from the Minister of Health, Orazio Schillaci and the President of the Order of Doctors, Filippo Anelli.

Rings (Order), unbecoming doctors who dance during autopsies

An “unbecoming attitude that can be evaluated from an ethical point of view”. This is how the president of the National Federation of Orders of Surgeons and Dentists (Fnomceo), Filippo Anelli, comments to ANSA on the video that has gone viral on social networks in which, apparently during a national course of the Italian Society of Forensic Medicine, doctors recognize each other and professors from Italian universities who dance, sing and film with their cell phones while carrying out autopsy exams during a course in Malta. “An unbecoming and unseemly attitude towards the activity that was being carried out on cadavers. The event – states Anelli – occurred at the University of Malta on the occasion of a training course for the dissection of organs on cadavers” .

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In our country, the Fnomceo president specified, “it has never happened that there has been such a clear lack of decorum in the exercise of a professional training activity”. “The event – he underlines – has profiles of ethical evaluation for the purposes of possible disciplinary measures against the doctors who participated, an evaluation that is up to the provincial orders where the doctors themselves are registered”. Naturally, concludes Anelli, “the evaluation will be carried out taking into account the circumstances that the professionals want to represent to their provincial president”.

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