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2017 NCRP Annual Meeting

National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements Meeting


Presentations


March 6–7, 2017​
Hunter Lecture: National Urban Security Technology Laboratory
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Hunter Q & A

Fourteenth Annual Warren K. Sinclair Keynote Address
Aren't We Ready Yet? Closing the Planning, Response and Recovery Gaps for Radiological Terrorism, Jack Herrmann, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Preparedness is More Than a Plan: Medical Considerations for Radiation Response, John F. Koerner, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Radiological Preparedness in the Land of Lincoln, Joseph G. Klinger, Illinois Emergency Management Agency

Protecting Responders by Expediting Radioactive/ Biomedical Waste Management, David B. Jansen, Washington State Department of Health

Educating the Public About the Unthinkable: Development of a Preincident Nuclear Explosion Public Information Program, Robert M. Levin, Ventura County Public Health Radiological/Nuclear

Preparedness in the First Responder Community, David Pasquale, New Mexico State Emergency Response Commission

A Retrospective Look at Rad Resilient City, UPMC’s 2011 Preparedness Checklist to Save Lives Following a Nuclear Detonation, Monica Schoch-Spana, Johns Hopkins Center for Heath Security

National Marrow Donor Program Triaging Thousands: Challenges in Survivor Screening After a Nuclear
Detonation, John L. Hick, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minnesota

All-of-Nation Planning Approach to Medical Preparedness and Effective Response, C. Norman Coleman, National Cancer Institute

The Unmet Need to Engage/Train/Prepare the Medical Community for Mass Casualty Radiation Incidents, Judith L. Bader, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services


When the Walls Come Tumbling Down: Medical Surge Response to Nuclear Detonation, Dan Hanfling, Johns Hopkins Center for Heath Security

Progress and Possibilities, Gerilee W. Bennett, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Jill A. Lipoti, Rutgers University

Contemplating Completion: Defining an Exit Strategy, John J. Cardarelli, II, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Sara DeCair, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency​

Introduction of the Lecturer, Jeffrey J. Whicker
Environmental Radiation and Life: A Broad View, F. Ward Whicker, Colorado State University

Communication Challenges in Crisis and Transition, Michelle M. Laver, U.S. Department of Energy

Emergency Responder Communication Challenges Regarding Radiological Terrorism for the New Administration, Robert Ingram

Fire Department City of New York Critical Areas for Improvement in Communications Regarding
Radiological Terrorism, David P. Ropeik, Harvard School of Public Health

Panel Discussion, Armin Ansari, Adela Salame-Alfie, Session Co-Chairs

NCRP Vision for the Future and Program Area Committee Activities, John D. Boice Jr., President, NCRP


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