Medical and Health Surveillance in Post-Accident Recovery Experience After Fukushima

International Commission on Radiological Protection. (2018). Medical and Health Surveillance in Post-Accident Recovery: Experience After Fukushima.
This is a review of the Nuclear Emergency Situations – Improvement of Medical and Health Surveillance (SHAMISEN) report on long-term lessons learned from the Fukishima accident using health management survey data. The paper briefly outlines recommendations for improving future health surveillance efforts to monitor affected populations for secondary adverse health events and social issues resulting from a radiological incident.
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