Scientific Committee 4-5 met at the NCRP office in Bethesda on February 5-6 [left-right, front: M Kantor, A Lurie, J Ludlow, D Spelic; back: D McDavid, R Pizzutiello, R Sauer, D Miller, J Gray, E Leidholdt, V Allareddy]
Scientific Committee 4-7 met on February 9-10, 2015 in Sacramento [left- right: A Seibert, L Kroger, M Grissom, R Reiman, J Timins, D Miller, P Fleming, J Bushberg, S Sutlief, E Leidholdt]
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NCRP Report No. 175, Decision Making for Late-Phase Recovery from Major Nuclear or Radiological Incidents >
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Synopsis of NCRP Statement No. 12, Where Are the Radiation Professionals (WARP)? >
Statement No. 11, Outline of Administrative Policies for Quality Assurance and Peer Review of Tissue Reactions Associated with Fluoroscopically-Guided Interventions >
Commentary No. 23, Radiation Protection for Space Activities: Supplement to Previous Recommendations >
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