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Where Do I Go From Here?
This PowerPoint would be most useful for a limited presentation time - probably 20 minutes. Presentation gets straight to the point of the industries need for Health Physics workers and nuclear professionals in general.
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Practical Whole Body Counting and Internal Dosimetry
This presentation covers the basics of a whole body counter and then will go into the basics of internal dosimetry. A Stand-up type whole body counter is briefly described; the artifacts that are found in a typical Whole body counter spectrum and errors associated with the spectra. Inputs into Internal dosimetry calculations will be outlined (no calculations are performed) and the uses/misuses of the same. The use of Transuranics and Hard-to-Detect radionuclides are also be covered. Human relations as it applies to internal dose and body counting is also be discussed.
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Multi-Modal Radioactive Shipping
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Nuclear Power Regulatory Overview
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