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2014 NCRP Annual Meeting

National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements Meeting


Presentations


March 10–11, 2014

Opening Remarks and Introductions of New Members, Dr. John D. Boice Jr., President, NCRP
ICRP: Past, Present, and Future, Dr. Claire Cousins, Consultant Radiologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge UK
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Opening Session
Welcome and Introduction of the Keynote Speaker, Dr. John D. Boice Jr., President, NCRP
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Eleventh Annual Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Address
Science, Radiation Protection, and the NCRP: Building on the Past, Looking to the Future, Dr. Jerrold T. Bushberg, University of California, Davis
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Basic Criteria, Epidemiology, Radiobiology, and Risk (PAC 1), Kathryn D. Held, Session Chair
Integrating Basic Radiobiological Science and Epidemiological Studies (Why and How?), Dr. R. Julian Preston, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Radiation Safety and Human Spaceflight: Importance of the NCRP Advisory Role in Protecting Against Large Uncertainties, Dr. Francis A. Cucinotta, University of Nevada Las Vegas
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Biological Effectiveness of Photons and Electrons as a Function of Energy, Dr. Steven L. Simon, National Cancer Institute
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Basic Criteria, Epidemiology, Radiobiology, and Risk (PAC 1) Question and Answer Session

Nuclear and Radiological Security and Safety (PAC 3 and 5), John W. Poston, Sr. and Jill A. Lipoti, Session Co-Chairs
Response to an Improvised Nuclear Device or a Radiological Dispersal Device: Models, Measurements, and Medical Care, Dr. C. Norman Coleman, National Cancer Institute
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Decision Making for Late-Phase Recovery from Nuclear or Radiological Incidents (What’s Next After the First Responders Have Left?), Dr. S.Y. Chen, Illinois Institute of Technology
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Nuclear and Radiological Security and Safety (PAC 3 and 5) Question and Answer Session

Operational and Environmental Radiation Protection (PAC 2 and 5), Carol D. Berger & Ruth E. McBurney, Session Co-Chairs
Radiation Safety of Sealed Radioactive Sources - Ms. Kathryn H. Pryor, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Pennsylvania's Technologically-Enhanced Naturally-Occurring Radioactive Material Experiences and Studies of the Oil and Gas Industry - Mr. David J. Allard, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
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Radiation Safety in Nanotechnology (Does Size Matter?) - Mark D. Hoover, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
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Operational and Environmental Radiation Protection (PAC 2 and 5) Question and Answer Session
Radiation Measurement and Dosimetry (PAC 6),  Wesley E. Bolch, Session Chair
Framework and Need for Dosimetry and Measurements: Quantitation Matters,  Dr. Raymond A. Guilmette, Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute
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Dose Reconstruction for the Million Worker Epidemiological Study, Dr. Andre Bouville, National Cancer Institute
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Radiation Measurement and Dosimetry (PAC 6) Question and Answer Session

Thirty-Eighth Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture on Radiation Protection and Measurements
Introduction (Part 1), Dr. John D. Boice Jr., President of NCRP
Introduction (Part 2 ), Jerrold T. Bushberg, University of California, Davis
On the Shoulders of Giants: Radiation Protection Over 50 Years, Dr. Fred A. Mettler Jr., New Mexico Federal Regional Medical Center
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Radiation Protection in Medicine (PAC 4), Donald L. Miller, Session Chair
Protection of Patients in Diagnostic and Interventional Medical Imaging, Dr. Kimberly E. Applegate, Emory University School of Medicine
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Protection and Measurement in Radiation Therapy, Dr. Steven G. Sutlief, University of Washington Medical Center
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Protection of the Developing Embryo and Fetus from Ionizing Radiation Exposure, Dr. Robert L. Brent, Alfred I. DuPont Institute Hospital for Children
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Radiation Protection in Medicine (PAC 4) Question and Answer Session

Radiation Education, Risk Communication, Outreach, and Policy (PAC 7), Julie E.K. Timins, Session Chair
Historical Trends in Radiation Protection, Policy and Communications: 1964 to the Present, Dr. Paul A. Locke, The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
U.S. Radiation Protection: Role of National and International Advisory Organizations and Opportunities for Collaboration (Harmony not Dissonance), Mr. Michael A. Boyd, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Radiation Education, Risk Communication, Outreach, and Policy (PAC 7) Question and Answer Session

Summary: NCRP for the Future, Dr. John D. Boice Jr.President, NCRP
Capturing Opportunities and Meeting Challenges in Radiation Protection, Dr. Kenneth R. Kase, Honorary Vice President, NCRP
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Closing Remarks, Dr. John D. Boice Jr., President, NCRP


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