Health Physics Society Journal
February 2014, Volume 106, Number 2
On the cover: (1) John E. Till, 2013 Lauriston Taylor Lecturer; (2) photo of Fukushima Medical University activities after the Fukushima NPP accident (provided by Fukushima Medical University).
The 49th Annual Meeting of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements Radiation Dose and the Impacts on Exposed Populations
LAURISTON S. TAYLOR LECTURE
Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture on Radiation Protection and Measurements — John D. Boice Jr.
Introduction of the 37th Annual Lauriston S. Taylor Lecturer: Rear Admiral (ret) John E. Till, PhD — F. Ward Whicker
Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture on Radiation Protection and Measurements: When Does Risk Assessment Get Fuzzy? — John E. Till
Welcome to the Forty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the NCRP — John D. Boice Jr.
WARREN K. SINCLAIR KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Tenth Warren K. Sinclair Keynote AddressVThe Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident and Comprehensive Health Risk Management — Shunichi Yamashita
Radiation Dose and the Impacts on Exposed Populations: Tenth Annual Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Address Q&A — James Cassata
Radiation-Exposed Populations: Who, Why, and How to Study — Steven L. Simon and Martha S. Linet
Radiation Impacts on Human Health: Certain, Fuzzy, and Unknown — Roy E. Shore
Emotional Consequences of Nuclear Power Plant Disasters — Evelyn J. Bromet
Radiation Dose and the Impacts on Exposed Populations: Overview Session Q&A — James Cassata
Exposed Medical Staff: Challenges, Available Tools, and Opportunities for Improvement — Lawrence T. Dauer
Dose Tracking and Rational Examination Selection for the Medically-Exposed Population — James A. Brink
Second Malignant Neoplasms and Cardiovascular Disease Following Radiotherapy — Lois B. Travis, Andrea K. Ng, James M. Allan, Ching-Hon Pui, Ann R. Kennedy, X. George Xu, James A. Purdy, Kimberly Applegate, Joachim Yahalom, Louis S. Constine, Ethel S. Gilbert, and John D. Boice Jr.
Radiation Dose and the Impacts on Exposed Populations: Medical Session Q&A — James Cassata
Characterization of Exposures to Workers Covered under the U.S. Energy Employees Compensation Act — James W. Neton
Increased Occupational Radiation Doses: Nuclear Fuel Cycle — André Bouville and Victor Kryuchkov
Radiation Exposure of U.S. Military Individuals — Paul K. Blake and Gregory R. Komp
Radiation Dose and the Impacts on Exposed Populations: Worker Exposures Session Q&A — James Cassata
Impact on the Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors of Radiation Received From the Bombs — Harry M. Cullings
Joint U.S./Russian Studies of Population Exposures Resulting From Nuclear Production Activities in the Southern Urals — Bruce A. Napier
Analysis of Cancer Risks in Populations near Nuclear Facilities: Phase I. A Report by the National Academies Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board — Daniel O. Stram
Nuclear Reactor Accidents: Exposures and Health Effects among Members of the Public — Maureen Hatch
Radiation Dose and the Impacts on Exposed Populations: Public Exposures Session Q&A — James Cassata
Implications of Radiation Dose and Exposed Populations on Radiation Protection in the 21st Century — John D. Boice Jr.
Radiation Dose and the Impacts on Exposed Populations: Summary Q&A — James Cassata
The Delayed Pulmonary Syndrome Following Acute High-dose Irradiation: A Rhesus Macaque Model: Erratum
Rapid Estimation of Inhaled Particle Size for Internal Dose During Nuclear Emergency Medicine: Erratum
News and Notices
Health Physics Society Prospectus
Health Physics Society Affiliate Members
Up and Coming
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