Spanish Radiation
Protection Society
   


Keynote Lectures  
 
  Session 1 - Radiation Effects
KL-1a Non-Targeted Effects of Ionizing Radiation: Implications for Radiation Protection.
  John B. Little,Harvard School of Public Health, Department of Cancer Biology, Boston, USA.(to be presented by Edouard I. Azzam, UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School, Department of Radiology. Division of Radiation Research, New Jersey, USA).
  Session 2 - Radiological Protection System and Regulation
KL-2a ICRP and Radiation Protection of Non-Human Species.
  Lars-Erik Holm,Swedish Radiation Protection Authority Stockholm, Sweden.
KL-2b From Recommendations to Reality. A Critical Overview with a Historical Perspective.
  G.C. Mason,Radiation Safety Section, International Atomic Energy Agency. Vienna, Austria.
  Session 3 - Dosimetry and Instumentation
KL-3a Active Methods & Instruments for Personal Dosimetry of External Radiation:
  Present Situation and Future Needs.Teresa Bolognese-Milsztajn, Head of External Dosimetry Laboratory, IRSN, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France.
KL-3b Microdosimetric Quantities, Particularly in Connection with Low Dose Effects Studies.
  Hans Menzel,CERN-TIS-RP, Geneva, Switzerland.
  Session 4 - Radiation Protection of Patients
KL-4a Training for Users of Medical Radiation including R/T, M/N.
  Fred Mettler,Alburquerque, New Mexico, USA. (to be presented by Robert H. Corbett, Department of Radiology, Hairmyres Hospital, East Killbride, Scotland, UK).
  Session 5 - Radiation Protection in the Workplace
KL-5a Occupational Radiation Protection in the European Union: Achievements, Opportunities and Challenges.
  Augustin Janssens,Radiation Protection DG TREN, European Commision, Luxembourg.
KL-5b Education and Training Needs in Radiation Protection.
  Agustín Alonso,Chair Professor of Nuclear Technology. Nuclear Engineering Department, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain.
  Session 6 - Radiation Protection of the public
KL-6a Realistic Retrospective Dose Assessment.
  Jane Simmonds,Environmental Assessments Department, National Radiological Protection Board, United Kingdom.
KL-6b Site Restoration and Cleanup of Contaminated Areas.
  Gordon Linsley,Head, Waste Safety Section, Division of Radiation and Waste Safety, Department of Nuclear Safety and Security, IAEA, Vienna, Austria.
  Session 7 - Incidents & Accidents
KL-7a The Lessons to Be Learned from Incidents and Accidents.
  John Croft,Head of Communications Department, National Radiological Protection Board, United Kingdom.
KL-7b Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources Conflicts, Commonalities and Control.
  Brian Dodd,BD Consulting, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
  Session 8 - Protection Against Non - Ionising Radiation
KL-8a Mobile Telephony: Evidence of Harm?.
  Bernard Veyret,Laboratoire PIOM, University Bordeaux 1, Pessac, France.
  Session 9 - Societal Influences in Radiation Protection
KL-9a What Policy-Makers Need?.
  Junko Matsubara,Vicechairperson, Nuclear Safety Commision, Japan.
KL-9b Living in contaminated territories: A Lesson in Stakeholder Involvement.
  Jacques Lochard,Director, CEPN, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France.