The following speakers contributed to the symposium and many have agreed that their presentation would be made available here:

Monday, September 10, 2018

Ethics in practice and the need for professional codes of conduct
Nicole Martinez, Clemson, South Carolina, USA

Patient Safety: imaging scenarios, ethics and ICRP
Jim Malone, Dublin, Ireland

A new horizon for medical research ethics viewed from the perspective of radiological protection
Chieko Kurihara-Saio, Chiba, Japan

Progress in application of optimisation: sharing lessons learned from experience at nuclear and radiation legacy sites
Graham Smith, Abington, United Kingdom 

Ethical questions related to the use of radiation in security control
Adéla Hofmannová, Prague, Czech Republic

The ethics of radiological protection in the context of nuclear accidents
Jacques Lochard, Nagasaki, Japan

Citizen’s participation in post-accidental recovery: “citizens in science” for dose measurements, improving health and well-being (SHAMISEN SINGS project)
Liudmila Liutsko, Barcelona, Spain

Ethical considerations in radiation accident response – clarity of terms
Chris J. Kalman, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Risk communication in the field of low-dose irradiation: Medical exposure vs. the Fukushima post accident situation
Eva Zemanová, Vienna, Austria

Importance of risk perception factors for the development of effective risk communication
Yuliya Lyamzina, Fukushima, Japan

Risk perception survey and service design approach to support radon risk communication in Finland
Johanna Vahtola, Helsinki, Finland

Empathy as a procedural value for radiation protection
Friedo Zölzer, České Budějovice, Czech Republic

 

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Toward a medico-legal approach to protecting the public’s health
Carl F. Cranor, Riverside, California, USA

Air pollution, health and ethics
Robert Attfield, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Developing teaching material in ethics for chemistry and chemistry engineering students
Tom Børsen, Aalborg, Denmark

Connecting the dots with ethics to enhance public health
Steven G. Gilbert, Seattle, Washington, USA

Moral mandate of environmental health – implications for policy, research and practice
Farhang Tahzib, London, United Kingdom

Environmental health in a global context
Susana Paixao, Coimbra, Portugal

Local adaptation of universal values and principles from The Earth Charter to sustain human health and well-being for both present and future generations
Colin L. Soskolne, Montreal, Canada

Radiation protection of environment and humans in a harmonic view
Marie Claire Cantone, Milan, Italy

Values in worst-case scenarios: a case study of values in extreme scenarios for civil protection in Sweden
Per Wikman-Svahn, Stockholm, Sweden

The emergency preparedness of social facilities in the light of an ethical approach to clients
Štěpan Kavan, Česke Budejovice, Czech Republic 

 

Wednesday, September 12, 2016

Thinking beyond the ethics of good intentions: an ethics of care for radiological protection
Gaston Meskens, Mol, Belgium

Care ethics from men’s perspective
Jiří Šimek, České Budějovice, Czech Republic

Roles for Social Values in Environmental Health Research
Kevin Elliott, East Lansing, Michigan, USA