Sessions - panels - workshops

The conference will start on Monday 1st of July at 12.00 with registration

and opening of an exclusive art exhibition

The final program will be announced week after abstract deadline (which is 15 May, 2019).

Sessions
  1. Communication about indoor radon and stakeholder engagement in a radon national plan - Invitation for Abstracts
  2. Communication and informed consent in the medical context - experiences, expectations, opportunities and limitations - Invitation for Abstracts
  3. Early career researchers in the field of social science and humanities related to ionizing radiation - Invitation for Abstracts
  4. Uncertainties and decision-making in the early and intermediate phases of nuclear or radiological emergencies - Invitation for Abstracts
  5. Management of socio-psychological impact of radiation emergencies - Invitation for Abstracts
  6. Participation in radiological protection: from formal to informal (and back) - Invitation for Abstracts
  7. Holistic Approach on the Management of Long-Term Exposure situations - Invitation for Abstracts
  8. The art and culture of radiological protection - Invitation for Abstracts
  9. Societal aspects related to uranium mining from opening to dismantling and remediation - Invitation for Abstracts
  10. Radiation protection culture - Invitation for Abstracts
Workshops