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ICRP International

Conference on Recovery After Nuclear Accidents

Radiological Protection Lessons
from Fukushima and Beyond

December 1 - 18, 2020

SESSION 3.3

Role of Experts and Expert Organisations

Co-chairs:

Noboru Takamura - Nagasaki University (Japan)

Jean-Christophe Gariel - Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN, France)

Scheduled Presentations

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Risk Communication for Health Effect of Radiation Exposure with Residents in Tomioka Town

Makiko Orita (NU, Japan)

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Support Activities for Measuring the Doses to
Children in Kawamata-machi

Hirokuni Yamanishi (KINDAI, Japan)

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Support Activities at Namie Town, Fukushima Addressed by Hirosaki University

Shinji Tokonami (Hirosaki University, Japan)

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The Role of Experts in Post-Accident Recovery

Jean-Christophe Gariel (IRSN, France)

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On the Role of Experts and Expert Organizations: Experiences and Views from Norway Post-Chernobyl

Lavrans Skuterud (DSA, Norway)

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The Role of Experts in the Development of Recovery Handbooks: UK and European Experience

Anne Nisbet (PHE, England)

Complementary Presentations

Implication of Stakeholders During the Preparedness Phase of a Post-accidental Situation Management

F. Gabillaud-Poillion, J.M. Bertho, C. Reuter, O. Rivière, J.L. Lachaume

Communicating Radiation Risks to the Residents of the Chernobyl Affected Areas in Russia: Key Lessons Learned

I. Abalkina, E. Melikhova, M. Savkin.

Societal Dimension of the Role of Experts for Undergraduate Education After the Fukushima NPP Accident

Y. Mizuno

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Inquiries for further information can be directed to Hiroki Fujita, ICRP Assistant Scientific Secretary.

© 2020 ICRP, International Commission on Radiological Protection

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