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Refresher Courses
Refresher courses on radiation protection science and practice will be held to provide the opportunity to update and remind knowledge and skills. There will be two different types of course aimed at experts and beginners including young professionals, respectively. The beginner courses are free and the expert courses cost $50 per course. Please select the expert course you want to join when you register for IRPA15.

* (Type) courses are aimed at Beginners (B) or ‘Experts’ – people with some knowledge of the topic (E)
* (Area) M is Medical

 

No. Topic Date & Time Type Area
1

The ALARA principle ; Fundamentals and Practices

May 12 (Tuesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
2

Iodine Thyroid Blocking and Thyroid Monitoring in Nuclear Emergencies

May 11 (Monday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B M
3

How to communicate about ionising radiation with different publics: Theoretical and practical aspects

> Applied radiological risk communication for the 21st century

May 11 (Monday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E  
4

Fundamentals of Ethics and How They Relate to the ICRP Principles

May 11 (Monday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E  
5

An Overview of the 2014 International BSS

May 11 (Monday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
6

How to Write a Scientific Paper

May 14 (Thursday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
7

Low Dose Radiation Effects: Mechanisms and Dose-Responsive Curves

May 12 (Tuesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B M
8

Residential Radon Lung Cancer Risk

May 12 (Tuesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E  
9

Introduction to Radiation Shielding Modelling / Calculations

May 11 (Monday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
10

Life Span Study in RERF, Japan

May 15 (Friday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
11

Radiological Protection of the lens of the eye

May 14 (Thursday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B M
12

Conceptual Basis of Graded Approach in Radiological Protection

May 13 (Wednesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
13

Calculation of Radiation Detriment

May 14 (Thursday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
14

Developing Training Materials on Strengthening Radiation Safety Culture in Medicine

May 13 (Wednesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B M
15

The New ICRU Recommendations for Neutron Dose Coefficients and the Impacts of Neutron Resonances

May 12 (Tuesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E  
16

Radiation Effect on Pregnancy

May 15 (Friday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E M
17

Introduction to Radiation Detection and Measurement

> Fundamentals on Radiation Detection and Measurement

May 13 (Wednesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
18

Management of Radiation Injuries (Acute Radiation Syndrome, Local Injuries, Combined Injuries)

May 13 (Wednesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E M
19

Overview of Biological and Physical Dosimetry Techniques for Radiological Emergency Situations

May 15 (Friday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
20

Introduction to Radiation Dose Modelling in the Human and Non-Human Environment

May 12 (Tuesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
21

The System of Radiation Protection and the Different Exposure Situation

May 12 (Tuesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
B  
22

Environmental Remediation: from Site Characterization to the End State

May 13 (Wednesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E  
23

Role of RP and its Regulatory Control in Waste Management Safety

May 13 (Wednesday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E  
24

Applying Ethical values to Worked Examples in Healthcare Scenarios

May 14 (Thursday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E M
25

Optimisation in Nuclear Medicine and Radionuclide Therapies – the Role of Dosimetry

May 15 (Friday)
07:50~08:50A.M.
E M