2 edition of Radiation, Risk and Ethics (Radioactivity in the Environment) found in the catalog.
Radiation, Risk and Ethics (Radioactivity in the Environment)
August 12, 2010
by Elsevier Science
Written in English
|Contributions||M. Baxter (Series Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
Preface 1. Introduction Part I. Ethical principles for radiation protection 2. Radiation risks and the ICRP 3. Moral thinking and radiation protection 4. A cross-cultural approach to radiation ethics 5. Ethical aspects of ecological risks from radiation 6. Why chemical risk assessment can learn from radiation protection Part II. Chapter Making Climates: Solar Radiation Management and the Ethics of Fabrication" by Maia Galarraga and Bronislaw Szerszynski. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Engineering the Climate: The Ethics of Solar Radiation Management discusses the ethical issues associated with deliberately engineering a cooler climate to combat global warming.
The main risks associated with CT scans are incidental results, leading to follow-up tests that may cause additional risks and the increased radiation exposure. The predominant factor contributing the most uncertainty to risk of exposure-induced death (REID) estimates is radiation quality. Space radiation exposure differs from that experienced by humans in the terrestrial environment, specifically in the type of radiation.
Radiation Protection Philosophy Ethics in Radiological Protection Abel J. González Vice-Chair of the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) Member of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) 6: Limitation of risks to individuals. Course Title: Understanding Radiation Risk. CE Credits: ARRT 3 cat. A credits. This course is about how to understand and communicate radiation risk. It includes deterministic effects, stochastic effects, threshold dose, effective dose, cancer induction, risk models, dose limits, reference levels and perception of risk.
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Social and Ethical Aspects of Radiation Risk Management provides a comprehensive treatment of the major ethical and social issues resulting from the use of ionizing radiation.
Ethics for Radiation Protection in Medicine is a relatively short volume providing a detailed overview of the current ethical principles and values associated with radiation protection in medicine.
It is part of the book series of the International Organization for Medical : Lawrence T. Dauer. a radiation dose that is less that the daily dose that I receive from natural background radiation (radiation that I receive from cosmic rays, radioactive materials present in the earthAûs crust and radioactive materials normally present in my body).
Although unlikely, this increases my risk of developing bladder cancer. Book chapter Full text access Chapter 14 - The Legacies of Soviet Nuclear Testing in Kazakhstan: Fallout, Public Health and Societal Issues Susanne Bauer, Boris Gusev, Tatyana Belikhina, Timur Moldagaliev, Kazbek Apsalikov.
Radiation from medical imaging, while providing significant benefit to many patients, may also confer a slight increase in risk of cancer [8,9]. Thus it is vital that radiologists agree with the necessity and appropriateness of a : Kay Denise Spong Lozano.
The present thesis is concerned with the ethical issues of radiation Risk and Ethics book management.1 Ethics is highly relevant, as radiation risk manage-ment requires decisions that affect health risks of people.
However, it is often hard for the public to gain insight into and understanding of the. outlining previous work on the ethics of radiation protection, professional ethics, and the ethics of human radiation experiments, the authors review ethical thinking on seven key issues related to radiation protection and ethics.
The literature on medical ethics and implicit ICRP ethical values were reviewed qualitatively, with a view to identifying a system that will help guide contemporary behaviour in radiation protection of patients.
Application of the system is illustrated in six clinical scenarios. The most important risk from exposure to radiation is cancer. Much of our knowledge about the risks from radiation is based on studies of more thansurvivors of the atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, at the end of World War II.
Other studies of radiation industry workers and studies of people receiving large doses of. Ethics and radiation protection Sven Ove Hansson Department of Philosophy and the History of Technology, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Teknikringen 78 B, 2tr, SE 44 Stockholm, Sweden1 E-mail: [email protected] Received 3 Februaryin ﬁnal form 20 Marchaccepted for publication 21 March Published 25 May EPA sets limits on environmental radiation from use of radioactive elements.
The Radiation Protection website describes EPA's radiation protection activities, regulations and supporting information. Radiation Risk and Ethics The established worldwide practice of protecting people from radiation costs hundreds of billions of dollars a year to implement and may well.
Summary This book presents an up to date ethical framework for radiological protection in medicine. It is consistent with the requirements of the system of radiation protection and with the. Radiation protection is based on the linear, no‐threshold model of health risks at low doses and three fundamental principles: justification, optimization, and limitation.
The practical application of radiation protection is divided into three areas: planned, emergency, and existing exposure situations. Toby Svoboda.
The Ethics of Climate Engineering: Solar Radiation Management and Non-Ideal Justice. Published: Decem Toby Svoboda, The Ethics of Climate Engineering: Solar Radiation Management and Non-Ideal Justice, Routledge,pp., $, ISBN Reviewed by Corey Katz, The Ohio State University.
Chemical Exposure and Disease is precisely such a book, making complex issues clear to the general public untrained in medicine and toxicology. This book does not discuss the health effects of radiation. But to truly understand the effects of radiation, it is necessary to also know the adverse consequences of chemical exposure.
‘Radiation Risk and Ethics’: Health Hazards, Prevention Costs, and Radiophobia Frank N. von Hippel. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey Health Effects of Low‐Level Ionizing Radiation. Arthur C. Upton. more Aug Mammogram radiation risk is lower than thought.
Stephen G. Benka. more. In book: Social and Ethical Aspects of Radiation Risk Management, Edition: First, Chapter: 7, Publisher: Elsevier Science, Editors: D. Oughton & S. Ove Hansson, pp. The application of the principles and their ethics in Argentina is analysed.
These principles are applied to ALL exposure to radiation harm; namely, to exposures to actual doses and to exposures to actual risk and potential doses, including those related to the safety of nuclear installations, and they are harmonized and applied in conjunction.
The Bulletin “Radiation and Risk” is a peer-reviewed scientific and practical periodical journal that covers many areas related to radiation effects on living systems. According to the researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (Graham ), spending $, per year on controlling radiation emissions might save 1 life-year per year, if the LNT model were valid, while life-saving medical program median cost is $19, per life-year r study concluded that costs of radiation protection are about times higher than .Ethics Workshop February To develop an ICRP Publication presenting the ethical foundations of the system of radiological protection.
To clarify the rationale for recommendations, to assist in implementation, identify potential conflicts and to provide a basis for communication on radiation risk.
2. This book presents an up to date ethical framework for radiological protection in medicine. It is consistent with the requirements of the system of radiation protection and with the expectations of medical ethics. It presents an approach rooted in the medical tradition, and alert to contemporary social expectations.