Health Physics News
Highlights of the 32-page January 2009 issue of Health Physics News
- COVER — Start making plans to come to Minneapolis, the City of Lakes, for the HPS 2009 Annual Meeting. We have been given a preview of meeting plans by LAC cochairs and PDS deans.
- PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE — HPS President Dick Toohey talks about a string of unrelated items that will be of interest to readers.
- INSIDE THE BELTWAY — David Connolly muses about the new President and the role the HPS plays in political processes.
- CHAPTER AND BRANCH NEWS — The North Carolina HPS Chapter reports on its November meeting. The North Carolina and Virginia Chapters plan a joint HPS spring meeting.
- The Colorado State University Student Branch of the HPS recently gave presentations on the basics of radiation in six chemistry classes at Poudre High School in Fort Collins.
- COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES — Members of the Awards Committee are soliciting Society award nominations.
- It's not too early to be thinking about candidates for HPS president-elect, secretary-elect, and three members of the Board of Directors for 2010. Nominations should be submitted to W.E. Kennedy Jr.
- THE RESURGENCE OF NUCLEAR POWER — This month's nuclear power article, written by Allen M. Mabry, CHP, focuses on the fuel fabrication process.
- THEY WROTE THE BOOK — An interview with Herman Cember and Tom Johnson about the new Introduction to Health Physics.
- NOTES — The fifth, and last, in a series of articles on the HPS upcoming 2009 Midyear Meeting in San Antonio.
- Fun things to do at the 54th HPS Annual Meeting in Minneapolis in July 2009.
- HPS Webcasting Debut.
- REAC/TS — The second article on radiocesium and the radiological accident in Goiânia, Brazil, in 1987
- CHP CORNER — 2008 ABHP Certification Exam results
- JULY-DECEMBER 2008 Author and Subject Index
- ODDS AND ENDS — This month's Archives article is about rebar from Juarez.
- ADVERTISEMENTS — 12 display ads and 14 short courses are offered this month.
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