March 2003 Health Physics News
The 32-page March 2003 issue of Health Physics News includes the 2003 Summer School insert and a wide range of topics including the following:
- COVER — A new media venture for health physicists took place at the HPS Midyear Meeting in San Antonio – an online chat series on homeland security. This month's cover story tells who was involved in the chats and sample questions from the public.
- PRESIDENT'S message — HPS President Frazier discusses whether there are current manpower shortages in the field of health physics and, if they exist, the magnitude of those current shortages.
- INSIDE THE BELTWAY — Stan Ullman tells how the HPS got involved with USA TODAY.com.
- CORRESPONDENCE — Letters concerning the January editorial, science fairs, and concern about getting the Society more involved in radiation risk.
- NEW OFFICERS and BOARD MEMBERS — Bios of the new President-elect, Treasurer-elect, and the Board members are outlined in this issue of Health Physics News.
- CASPER SUN — Casper Sun highlights his trip to the People's Republic of China and his receiving an honorary Professorship at Suzhou University.
- 2002 SALARY SURVEY — This year's health physicist salary survey data was collected in conjunction with a Web-based survey of the entire HPS.
- PHOTOS — A page of photos from the Midyear Meeting in San Antonio.
- HPS STANDARDS CORNER — The N13 External Dosimetry Section is highlighted this month.
- COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES — Ali Simpkins, Publications Chair, introduces the New Director of Special Publications, John Edwards.
- ANNOUNCEMENTS — The 19th Biennial CRSO Meeting to be held in conjunction with the 48th HPS Annual Meeting is announced.
- ELECTRONIC VOTING — Nancy Daugherty gives a sample of opinions regarding the 2003 electronic voting system.
- CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING — The HPS is finalizing plans for a briefing of Congressional and Federal Agency staff members to be held 8 April 2003.
- CHP CORNER — Kathryn Pryor and Shawn Googins write about the 10 CFR Part 35 requirements for training and qualification of RSOs.
- ODDS and ENDS — Paul Frame describes the Isotope Data Index.
- ADVERTISEMENTS — This month there are 17 display ads, 13 short courses offered, and 2 job offers.
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