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“Changing Regulations and Radiation Guidance: What Does the Future Hold?” 51st Annual Meeting of the NCRP, by R.E. Toohey ... read article >
NCRP 2015 Annual Meeting, "Changing Regulations and Radiation Guidance: What Does the Future Hold?"
Recorded presentations >
Session presentations >
12th Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Speaker, Kenneth R. Kase >
39th L.S. Taylor Lecturer, Keith F. Eckerman >
1st Thomas S. Tenforde Topical Lecture, Jacques Lochard
Members' Dinner Talk, Dr. Allison Macfarlane
NCRP Resource Development Committee is launching a series of efforts to increase the financial stability of NCRP! The first effort is to request Council members and friends who shop online at Amazon to make a simple (no cost) modification. Register at AmazonSmile (https://smile.amazon.com/), and the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5 % of your purchase to NCRP at no charge to you! It’s easy!
Follow the directions and be sure to select the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (from the pull down list or searchable request) as the 501(c)(3) public charitable organization to receive the Amazon contribution for each purchase.
Council Members in the News
Don Frush, John Boice, and Mahadevappa Mahesh participated in the American College of Radiology May 2015 Annual Meeting in Washington DC. The workshop was entitled "Radiation Dose Optimization Strategies in Medical Imaging with Focus on CT."
Council members Jonine Bernstein, Jerry Bushberg, and Martha Linet join John Boice, Maureen Hatch, and Julia Sisti at the NCI Radiation Epidemiology and Dosimetry Course, May 19, 2015, after John's 3 h presentation on Classic Radiation Studies.
SC 6-9 on Dosimetry for the Million Worker Study meets for the fifth time in Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Annual Report, 2014 Year in Review >
NCRP Report No. 175, Decision Making for Late-Phase Recovery from Major Nuclear or Radiological Incidents >
Press release >
Synopsis of NCRP Statement No. 12, Where Are the Radiation Professionals (WARP)? >
Statement No. 11, Outline of Administrative Policies for Quality Assurance and Peer Review of Tissue Reactions Associated with Fluoroscopically-Guided Interventions >
Commentary No. 23, Radiation Protection for Space Activities: Supplement to Previous Recommendations >
Press release >
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Dr. Boice has become a regular contributor to Health Physics News. The Boice Report is intended to provide brief reports on recent activities in radiation protection, measurements, science, and health.