r 2003 Health Physics News

The November 2003 issue of Health Physics News has 28 pages and includes the 2004 HPS Midyear Meeting Preliminary Program insert.

  • COVER — Marcia Hartman and Ken Miller interview research team leader John M. Boone, PhD, regarding his studies to reduce dose to pediatric patients who undergo CT scans.
  • EDITORIAL — New Health Physics News contributing editor Mark Maiello gives thoughts about enlightening the public.
  • INSIDE THE BELTWAY — Stan Ullman gives an update on the Energy Bill.
  • CORRESPONDENCE — Daniel Hayes compares micronutrient deficiencies to low-dose radiation.
  • SECTION NEWS — The Power Reactor Section reminds members to vote for new Section officers.
  • MASSACHUSETTS EMA — Tom O'Connell and Paul Ares explain an approach to first responder radiological preparedness.
  • ELMER, KEN, AND BEN — Another great "Elmer" story by Ken Miller
  • THE KATHREN COLLECTION – Ron Kathren has donated to WSU about 3,500 items on the history and exploration in the field of radiology and health science.
  • NOTES — Information regarding the upcoming Midyear and Annual meetings
  • CHP CORNER — This month's CHP Corner lists ABHP exam sites and proctors.
  • ODDS and ENDS — Paul Frame highlights "Doc."
  • ADVERTISEMENTS — This month there are 21 display ads, 8 short courses offered, and 7 job offers.

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