2nd: February 2-3, 2020
The 2nd International Symposium on the Radiation Medical Science Center for the Fukushima Health Management Survey
The Radiation Medical Science Center for the Fukushima Health Management Survey had its 2nd International Symposium in Fukushima City, especially for Fukushima residents, health and medical workers, students, teachers, and government officials.
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Date / Venue
February 2(SUN)-3(MON), 2020
The Celecton Fukushima
Nominal support from:
Fukushima Prefecture, Hiroshima University, Nagasaki University, Fukushima University, University of Aizu
Fukushima residents, health care/medical professionals, students, public employees, etc.
< DAY 1, 154 participants. DAY 2 146 participants.>
This international symposium was held to deepen the understanding of residents about the "Fukushima Health Management Survey" and to share experiences and knowledge from around the world.
At the symposium, Center Director Dr. KAMIYA Kenji, as well as other physicians and researchers at the Center, presented the latest information on the results of the Fukushima Health Management Survey.
Also, with the participation of three internationally renowned experts from Australia and the United States, along with domestic experts in various fields, the symposium concluded successfully with lively discussion, addressing questions from the audience and introducing the latest research results.
- Event program and presentation summaries are here.
- Report of the 2nd International Symposium published. This is a compilation of summaries of the keynote lectures, presentations, and discussions held during the two-day symposium. Click here for the Report in PDF.
The Center, while continuing to play a part in the revitalization and reconstruction of Fukushima through the practice of "watching over people's health," will strive to promulgate the results and lessons learned from the "Fukushima Health Management Survey" in a science-based, concise manner as much as possible as an entity involved the health and medical care.