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Revised Strategic Research Agenda for Social Sciences and Humanities in Radiation Protection
Perko, Tanja []
Turcanu, Catrinel []
Van Oudheusden, Michiel mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de science politique > Département de science politique >]
Pölzl-Viol, Christiane []
Schieber, Caroline []
Schneider, Thierry []
de Witte, Ilma-Choffel []
Baumont, Geneviève []
Baudé, Stéphane []
Prlic, Ivica []
Mihic, Suric []
Duranova, Tatiana []
Oughton, Deborah []
Tomkiv, Yevgenia []
Cantone, Marie Claire []
Salminen, Eva []
Economides, Sotiris []
Meskens, Gaston []
Zölzer, Friedo []
Skuterud, L. []
Ref. Ares(2018)3573560 - 05/07/2018
[en] Social Sciences and Humanities ; Strategic Research Agenda ; Radiation Protection
[en] This document describes the research priorities and the Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) for Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in radiation protection for the next 20 years. It also reports on the results of a first gap analysis.
The SSH SRA is a living document, under constant development through the engagement of the SSH community in radiation protection field and other stakeholders, especially technical and research platforms. To this end, the SSH community in radiation protection field will structure and enhance dialogue at the European level among the different stakeholders, fostering the sharing of knowledge and information among various disciplines working on aspects of radiation protection and identify the SSH research needs in the field of radiation protection. The objective of Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) for Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in radiation protection is to contribute towards improvement of the Radiation Protection (RP) system by coordinating European SSH research in the field of radiation protection; supporting education and training; knowledge management and sharing; and identifying SSH state of the art across domains. It is only by enabling SSH research to play a fuller and stronger role through a coordinated SRA mechanism that societal perspectives on research relating to radiation protection will be realised.
The SSH SRA has been developed through a broad stakeholder engagement process. The research topics to be included in the SSH SRA have been collected through various activities carried out in the H2020 projects CONCERT and the FP7 projects OPERRA, PREPARE and EAGLE, notably the RICOMET 2015, 2016 an RICOMET 2017 conferences and Symposium on Ethics of Environmental Health, as well as in dialogues with members of the radiation protection platforms, carried out in a context of the CONCERT 2.6 task group. These research topics have been prioritised for the first time at the Radiation Protection Week in Oxford (19-23 September 2016) with task 2.6 members, SSH community and platforms, and further debated upon at the RICOMET Conference 2017 (June 27th to 29th, Vienna) with a large audience. The version summarised in this report is the most recent revision on of the SSH SRA (D2.8 and D2.10).
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This project has received funding from the Euratom research and training programme 2014-2018 under grant agreement No 662287.
H2020 ; 662287 - CONCERT - European Joint Programme for the Integration of Radiation Protection Research

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