Nuclear Emergency Situations: Improvement of Medical and Health Surveillance

The SHAMISEN project aims to draw the lessons from the Chernobyl and Fukushima accidents and other major nuclear accidents around the world in order to make recommendations for immediate and long-term response to radiation accidents, aiming in particular to respond to the needs of affected populations while minimizing unnecessary anxiety.

Funding: EC FP7 grant (EURATOM Programme, in the framework of OPERRA project)

Coordinator: Elisabeth Cardis

ISGlobal/CREAL staff involved: Liudmilla Liutsko, Takahshi Ohba, Rafael Vilasanjuan, Adelaida Sarukhan

Start date: December 2015

End date: June 2017

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