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ICRP IS HEADING TO AUSTRALIA

The Australasian Radiation Protection Society(ARPS) and Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency(ARPANSA) would like to invite you to the 5th International Symposium on the System of  Radiological Protection in Australia in 2019.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM IS NOW AVAILABLE

WHERE YOU’LL BE

Adelaide is the “perfect host city” and is “ready to be uncorked”…so says Lonely Planet which named the South Australian capital as one of the top 10 must visit cities for 2014.

The Adelaide Convention Centre is conveniently located in the heart of the city centre and nestled within the beauty of the Riverbank Precinct, surrounded by parklands and the River Torrens.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

This combined event will offer the opportunity for more than 400 professionals, experts and researchers worldwide to discuss their respective concerns and the current challenges faced in all areas of radiological protection, as well as the ways forward through new research, updating doctrines, or better interactions with stakeholders.

WHO WILL BE THERE

The 2019 Symposium will offer the opportunity for face to face discussion in all areas of our profession.

OUR WORLD CLASS SPEAKERS

Professor Brendan Murphy

Professor Brendan Murphy is the Chief Medical Officer for the Australian Government and is the principal medical adviser to the Minister and Health. He also holds direct responsibility for Health’s Office of Health Protection and the Health Workforce Division.View Bio

Dr Elizabeth Ainsbury

ICRP is delighted to announce that the 2019 Bo Lindell Medal for Promotion of Radiological Protection has been awarded to Dr Elizabeth Ainsbury.

Dr Colin Martin

Dr Colin Martin worked as a hospital-based Medical Physicist in Radiation Protection for over 30 years. He has carried out research many aspects of radiation protection and radiation dosimetry.

Tatsuhiko Sato

Tatsuhiko Sato is the leader of the development team of Particle and Heavy Ion Transport code System: PHITS, which is widely used for various applications such as accelerator design, radiological protection, medical physics, and geoscience by more than 4,000 researchers.

Cynthia H. McCollough

A recognized leader in the development and evaluation of new CT technology, Cynthia H. McCollough, PhD, is the Brooks-Hollern Professor at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.View Bio

Jean-Francois Lecomte

Jean-Francois Lecomte started his career as civil servant in the French ministry of energy. He progressively specialised in radiological protection through international bodies (Euratom IAEA, NEA, LDC, OSPAR…).

OUR THEMES

MINES

Radiation is a natural part of our environment and has been since long before humans walked the Earth. The ICRP 2019 program looks at a range of issues associated with radiological protection in mining including the latest science on radon risk, waste management practices, and best practice in the protection of the environment.

MEDICINES

ICRP 2019 examines cutting-edge technologies and techniques in medicine, and the advances in radiological protection needed to accompany them so that we can ensure the best possible quality of care for patients, and a safe workplace for healthcare professionals.

MARS

On Earth we are protected from the harsh radiation of space. With advances in high-altitude air travel, space exploration and the dawn of space tourism, we need to protect those working or travelling high in Earth’s atmosphere and beyond. ICRP 2019 brings together world-class experts to address protection of passengers and crew in modern aviation and space travel.

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