CRPA-ACRP Bulletin

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Choosing data that will resonate with your audience

This is the first of a series of short articles in which Stéphane Jean-François uses his 25 years of experience in various fields (medical, research, industrial, etc.) to provide tips and tricks for radiation safety officers (RSOs). He begins with a suggestion to avoid decimals when possible because people understand whole numbers better.

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2020 Annual Federal Provincial Territorial Radiation Protection Committee Meeting

The Federal Provincial Territorial Radiation Protection Committee was created to advance the development and harmonization of practices and standards for radiation protection within federal, provincial, and territorial jurisdictions. The committee meets every year to allow regulatory radiation protection officials from across Canada to share information, discuss challenges, and recommend courses of action.

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Let’s Be Clear: Overcoming the Negativity Bias

The Let’s Be Clear series provides practical advice to help Bulletin readers write with more confidence. In this article, we’re talking about our built-in negativity bias and suggesting some ways to overcome it in writing.

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Due South, August 2021

It’s mid-May, and South Texas is experiencing a cool, refreshing 15°C morning (by Texas standards). I hope you’re keeping well in these strange times!

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Interview with Diana Moscu, CRPA’s Incoming President

If you’re a regular reader of the CRPA Bulletin, you know Chief Editor Dave Niven makes a habit of interviewing interesting people involved in radiation protection. In this issue, Dave continues his interview series by talking with Diana Moscu, CRPA’s new president.


Editor’s Message, August 2021

COVID-19 has dominated every facet of our lives for over 16 months now. CRPA has had to hold two annual general meetings virtually, cancel our annual conference for a second time, extend the qualification period for the CRPA(R) certified members, and adapt to the “new normal.”