Encrypted | Login

2014 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Models of Risk from Low-dose Radiation Exposures: What Does the Evidence Say?


Is the video above not showing properly? If not, try this link.

The video above is member-only content.

AAPM Administrative Policy 108 states that AAPM members-only content

  • shall not be shared in electronic or printed form with non-members*,
  • must be linked to through a url provided by AAPM,
  • shall not be stored on external drives or servers accessible to non-members.

*See policy for Exception regarding the AAPM Professional Survey

By accessing this page, you agree to comply with AAPM Administrative Policy 108.




Real-World Implications of Choosing a Risk Model
Brant Ulsh PhD
brant_ulsh@mhchew.com


Handout(s): 90-25496-339462-107950.pdf
When you have finished the video, you may watch again, browse/search all videos, go back to the previous page, or watch another video in this session (see below).



All videos in this session:
Models of Risk from Low-dose Radiation Exposures: What Does the Evidence Say? - Intro -
Non-Linear Biological Responses to Low Dose Radiation - Risk May Not Be Proportional to Dose - Doug Boreham
Watching →Real-World Implications of Choosing a Risk Model - Brant Ulsh PhD
Q & A -
Graph includes 56 member loads and 1280 non-member loads (1336 total loads). Exclude non-member? A load is defined as someone coming to this page, not necesarily that they pressed play, or watched the entire presentation.